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All eyes on GaAs
GaAs demand from military sectors is poised for growth, but will the industry favourite fend off competition from up and coming GaN alternatives? Compound Semiconductor reports.
Big Blue ambition
IBM reseachers have grown GaN films on graphene to produce blue LEDs; wafer-scale manufacturing is next. Compound Semiconductor reports.
Growing the Terahertz transistor
Breakthrough GaN-on-graphene growth brings Naval Research Laboratories researchers close to hot electron transistors. Compound Semiconductor reports.
Reactor start-up to exploit research markets
About to fulfill its first order, Sweden start-up, Epiluvac, is ready to deliver CVD reactors to wideband gap materials developers worldwide. Compound Semiconductor reports.
Infineon and International Rectifier: what next?
What does Infineon's latest acquisition mean for industry? Compound Semiconductor talks to the company to find out its plans.

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