Nanoco to Collaborate with Loughborough University on Printable CIGS Development

Chinese company and owner of subsidiary Luminus Devices, San'an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. of Xiamen, China, reported that it has granted exclusive licenses to the U.S. patents of an LED patent portfolio it recently acquired from Sharp Corporation (Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha of Japan) to its subsidiary, Luminus Devices, Inc. The portfolio…

Ascent Solar Begins the Supply of Lightweight Flexible Solar Panels for the Commercially-Produced Silent Falcon™ Unmanned Aircraft

Chinese company and owner of subsidiary Luminus Devices, San'an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. of Xiamen, China, reported that it has granted exclusive licenses to the U.S. patents of an LED patent portfolio it recently acquired from Sharp Corporation (Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha of Japan) to its subsidiary, Luminus Devices, Inc. The portfolio…

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Ascent Solar Begins the Supply of Lightweight Flexible Solar Panels for the Commercially-Produced Silent Falcon™ Unmanned Aircraft

Denver, Colorado USA– Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc., a provider of state-of-the-art, lightweight and flexible thin-film photovoltaic (PV) solutions, working closely with Silent Falcon™ UAS Technologies (SFUAS), has begun supplying PV for the solar wings of their vehicles as SFUAS is preparing for the production runs to fill its first commercial …

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Aixtron Acquires PlasmaSi a Company with OLED Encapsulation Technology

Aixtron SE reported that the company has acquired privately owned Silicon Valley-based PlasmaSi, Inc. as of April 1, 2015. Aixtron says that the total purchase price may reach up to $16 million. PlasmaSi’s technology can deposit ultra-thin and flexible barrier films that enable the encapsulation of organic thin-films. The technology …

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Infinera Offers to Acquire Packet-Optical Networking Solution Provider, Transmode

Semiconductor firm, Infinera made a public offer to acquire Transmode, a provider of packet-optical networking solutions. The offer is contingent upon Infinera purchasing more than 90 percent of Transmode’s total number of shares and Infinera’s Registration Statement on Form S-4 in the United States. The Form S-4 will both register the …

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Peregrine Semiconductor Adds Two UltraCMOS RF Switches to Automotive Product Portfolio

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Magnolia Solar Awarded Three Patents Related to Thin Film Solar Cells

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has recently awarded three patents to Magnolia Solar, Inc., a subsidiary of Magnolia Solar Corporation. The patents describe flexible, lightweight thin-film solar cells. Magnolia Solar, Inc. is the assignee of US Patents No. 8,921,687, 8,969,711, and 8,981,207. The three patents bring the company’s …

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