Johnson Matthey leads ARPAsponsored optoelectronics consortium

The Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) has selected Johnson Matthey Electronics (JME, Spokane, WA) to distribute a $8.7 million contract within a newly formed seven company consortium charged with development and commercialization of ternary IIIV semiconductor compounds for use in new optoelectronic and microwave devices. The six other consortium members are Texas Instruments Inc. (Dallas, TX), Raytheon Co. (Northboro, MA), HewlettPackard Co. (Palo Alto, CA), EG&G Optoelectronics (Sunnyval

The Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) has selected Johnson Matthey Electronics (JME, Spokane, WA) to distribute a $8.7 million contract within a newly formed seven company consortium charged with development and commercialization of ternary IIIV semiconductor compounds for use in new optoelectronic and microwave devices. The six other consortium members are Texas Instruments Inc. (Dallas, TX), Raytheon Co. (Northboro, MA), HewlettPackard Co. (Palo Alto, CA), EG&G Optoelectronics (Sunnyvale, CA), American Xtal Technology, and Crystar Research (Vancouver, Canada).

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