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Cree Inc.
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Emcee:  robert b furman Type:  Unmoderated
"Cree" is a small company that makes chips out of silicon carbide.
In addition to being one of the hardest materials known to man, this
stuff can withstand much higher temperatures and power levels than
silicon. Also, when made into diodes, it gives off blue light, a
rarity. The problem with this compound is imperfections in the crystals
and difficulty in working with it.
Does anyone out there know whether this technology has a profit-
generating potential in the near future?
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10349Started construction of a silicon carbide material plant worth 150 billion won iynotgoal1last Friday
10348New Street starts 'silicon carbide pure play' Cree with Buy, $120 targetslacker7112March 29
10347Also worth noting that the estimated sales of 1.1m inverter units that BorgWarneslacker7111March 26
10346BorgWarner had an investor day. They expect ~30m EV units in 2030. The power eslacker7111March 26
10345I would assume Rohm. Maybe we will eventually get to dual sourcing inverters (oslacker7111March 24
10344Do we know who's SiC components they're using? TIA....Lou Weed-March 24
10343Vitesco wins an order to supply SiC inverters to Hyundai's e-gmp platform. slacker7111March 24
10342Nice technical article on EVs and the pros/cons of higher battery pack voltages.Lou Weed2March 15
10341Strong Growth Expected for Third-Generation Semiconductors in 2021, with GaN PoSam3March 11
10340Cree, Inc. to Participate in 33rd Annual Roth Conference MARCH 11, 2021 DURHAM, slacker711-March 11
10339Thx for keeping us updated slacker....Lou Weed1March 11
10338Yole gave a fantastic webinar on SiC with a Director from Cree (Dieter Liesabethslacker7114March 11
10337Some notes from Cree's Q&A at Morgan Stanley. Really happy that Cree apslacker7114March 1
10336Cree, Inc. to Present at Morgan Stanley 2021 Global Technology, Media and Telecoslacker7111February 23
10335Cowen upgrades Cree on underappreciated device platform 07:56 CREE as reported pslacker7112February 22
10334Cree, Inc. Completes $500 Million At-The-Market Equity Offering FEBRUARY 19, 202slacker7111February 19
10333BorgWarner posted a projection for their SiC inverter units over the next few yeslacker7112February 18
10332Citi upgrades Cree, sees upside from electric vehicle penetration 06:07 CREE Citslacker7111February 17
10331Speaking of II-VI. They are entering a 3 way bidding war for Coherent. wsj.cslacker7112February 12
10330Cree readies stock offering, shares down 6% Feb. 12, 2021 4:46 AM ET Cree (NASslacker7112February 12
10329Well, I realized the world wanted more of my CREE shares this AM and parted compOldAIMGuy2February 11
10328It is still a small part of their business at the moment. One of the comments thSam1February 11
10327Here is II-VI's capacity expansion guidance. We are definitely in the earlyslacker7114February 11
10326Rohm's SiC revenues expectations over the medium term (from October). Probaslacker711-February 11
10325I believe them when they say that. II-VI has partnerships with Sumitomo ElectricEvanG1February 11
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