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Lumerical's FDTD Solutions 7.5 Now Offers Concurrent Computing

Lumerical Solutions, Inc., a global provider of nanophotonics design software, today announced the immediate release of FDTD Solutions 7.5. This release features a concurrent computing capability which allows users to easily distribute simulations on multiple independent computer resources.

Posted: Jan 13th, 2011

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Growing Demand Prompts DEK Solar to Introduce Manufacturing Capabilities in China

Following the success of its PV1200 and Eclipse photovoltaic metallization platforms, DEK Solar has confirmed that it has added manufacturing capabilities in China. An expansion of the company's successful SMT manufacturing facilities in the region, the move extends DEK Solar's global footprint to service the growing demand for its PV platforms in Asia.

Posted: Jan 13th, 2011

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Nanostart AG welcomes German government's Nanotechnology Action Plan

Nanostart AG, the Frankfurt-based nanotechnology investment company, has expressed its strong support for the "Nanotechnology Action Plan 2015" announced yesterday by the German federal government, the aim of which is to build a strong and long-term basis to derive maximum benefit from the high potential offered by nanotechnology.

Posted: Jan 13th, 2011

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TowerJazz and Agilent Technologies Expand High Speed and High Power SiGe Design Kit Offering for Agilent's Advanced Design System Software

TowerJazz, the global specialty foundry leader, announced the availability of additional SiGe process design kits (PDKs) for TowerJazz's 0.18 um SiGe process platform. The design kits target high-frequency products for optical networks, automotive radar and 60GHz WiFi, as well as high-power front-end-modules for wireless handsets.

Posted: Jan 12th, 2011

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University of Notre Dame College of Engineering Finds a Partner in Olympus

The University of Notre Dame has named Olympus a key partner for its prestigious College of Engineering. The college recently constructed a new 160,000-square-foot, $70 million structure called Stinson-Remick Hall, which houses a nanotechnology research center, the University's new Energy Center, an undergraduate interdisciplinary learning center and a 9,000-square-foot semiconductor processing and device fabrication clean room.

Posted: Jan 11th, 2011

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