Posts Tagged ‘semiconductors’

SemiSouth Laboratory equipment goes on auction block

For those looking to build a semiconductor and are searching for a potential great deal on some late-model manufacturing and testing equipment, there is good news coming out of the Golden Triangle. Need a NTA Vibration Table, a late-model Centrotherm Activator 150-50 Anealing Oven, a Aixtron Model VP2400HW Gas Foil Rotation Planetary Reactor? No problem. […] [...]

SemiSouth making $18M investment in new equipment; could double employment

STARKVILLE — SemiSouth Laboratories plans to spend $18 million to buy new equipment for its Starkville facility, a move that could double employment there over the next 18 months. Privately-held SemiSouth makes silicon carbide semiconductors for solar panels, wind turbines, electric cars and other devices that need to transmit power without leaking any electricity along […] [...]

SemiSouth strikes global pact with Premier Farnell

STARKVILLE — Premier Farnell plc has entered a worldwide stocking distribution agreement with SemiSouth Laboratories Inc., the manufacturer of silicon carbide (SiC) diodes and transistor technology for high-power, high-efficiency, harsh-environment power management and conversion applications. Under the terms of the deal, SemiSouth’s SiC JFETs and diodes will be made available via the Farnell, Newark and […] [...]

Camgian Microsystems launches new, enhanced website

by Published: April 13,2011

Tags: computers, Internet, manufacturing, semiconductors, website

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems Corporation, provider of advanced electronic systems and semiconductor technologies, has officially launched its redesigned and enhanced website. The new site, at www.camgian.com, reflects Camgian’s expansion into the industrial and commercial markets while maintaining a continued focus on its government customers and programs. It provides users with a comprehensive overview of the […] [...]

Camgian strikes deal with Wave

by Published: January 6,2010

Tags: computing, high-tech, semiconductors

STARKVILLE — Camgian Microsystems Corporation has completed an agreement to transfer its ultra low-power digital circuit technology to Wave Semiconductor, a new commercial venture recently funded by Tallwood Venture Capital and Southern Cross Venture Partners. Terms were not disclosed. Wave will transition Camgian’s asynchronous CMOS compatible digital technology, NULL Convention Logic (NCL), into the mainstream […] [...]

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