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CXA LED Arrays are available in EasyWhite® color temperatures, providing the LED industry’s best color consistency for designs that use only one LED.

Cree, Inc. announces commercial availability of XLamp® XB-D color LEDs and XLamp XM-L multi-color LEDs.

According to Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V., the market scale of LED lighting system to reach US$66.67 Billion by 2020.

Veeco Instruments Inc. announced that SEMATECH, a global semiconductor consortium that conducts research and development to advance chip manufacturing, has recently achieved a major breakthrough using Veeco’s NEXUS® Low Defect Density Ion Beam Deposition (LDD IBD) System to significantly reduce defects from multi-layer deposition of mask blanks used for extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL).

Cree announces availability of high quality, low micropipe 150-mm 4H n-type silicon carbide (SiC) epitaxial wafers.

According to OSRAM AG, the company and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. have reached an agreement to settle all patent suits between them worldwide. The patent suits have been filed in various countries amongst others Germany, South Korea and in the United States of America.

Vishay Intertechnology announced a new series of super red, soft orange, yellow, yellow green, blue, and white ultra-bright LEDs in a tiny surface-mount 0402 ChipLED package.

Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. (SETi) has won $1.6 million contract from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to develop a self-contained portable water purification system for warfighters.

Samsung has gained full confidence from the successful development of AMOLED screen. And the South Korea Company will soon push forward some more amazing OLED products.

The Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute plans to continue a collaborative approach to driving the adoption of LED-based lighting.

Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today announced that it will start mass production of white light-emitting diode (LED) on a production line that the company will construct in the 200mm wafer facility at Kaga Toshiba Electronics Corporation, a production base for discrete products in northern Japan. Mass production will start from October 2012.

The International Trade Commission has found that various LED products from LG infringe one of Osram’s patents.
The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has issued an initial determination in the complaint filed by Osram GmbH against various LG group companies.