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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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9915Last month CREE dipped far enough to trigger a buy of some extra shares. Today, OldAIMGuy1last Tuesday
9914These use GaN on silicon but it is still interesting to see. I wonder how many slacker711-last Tuesday
9913[tweet]slacker711-last Monday
9912Analysts at JP Morgan downgraded Cree, Inc. (NASDAQ: CREE) from Neutral to Undeslacker711-November 30
9911Macom thinks that the RF power market for 5G base stations will triple versus 4Gslacker7111November 29
9910Oak Ridge Inches Closer to 15-?Minute Wireless EV Charging But the team must furslacker711-November 28
9909A good harbinger for what CREE's share price might do if they can off-load tBungalow Bill-November 27
9908Good to know that there is some interest in private equity for a deal in lightinslacker711-November 27
9907VW board backs plan to storm the market with millions of electric cars Confirms slacker711-November 16
9906Thanks Slacker - that's gotta be the article I was referring to. Nice find.Bungalow Bill-November 16
9905FWIW, this is the one mention I see on the thread. SiC is an automatic f the baslacker711-November 16
9904Like I said slacker, I thought I heard it mentioned on a conf call but I might bBungalow Bill-November 16
9903I cant remember Cree saying that they were dealing directly with BYD. A brief Gslacker711-November 16
9902….and this would be pertinent to Cree in what way?? BBBungalow Bill-November 16
9901Thanks Slacker - if I remember from one of the last earnings calls I believe theBungalow Bill-November 16
9900Wonder how long AND HOW MUCH IT WILL COST TO CONVERT ALL THOSE NEW COAL BURNING robert b furman-November 15
9899China Is Leading the World to an Electric Car Future bloomberg.com New emissislacker711-November 15
9898Arrow Electronics Expands Distribution Agreement with Cree, Inc.’s Wolfspeed Divslacker711-November 9
9897Cree upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs analyst Brian Lslacker711-November 8
9896Cree said that they have north of 65% of the current SiC wafer market right now.slacker711-November 1
9895Lots of discussion of GaN (on SiC) during the Qorvo call. Much more at the linkslacker7111November 1
9894Looks like EVs will be the end application to start the inflection point of the slacker711-October 30
9893Dare I say it Slacker but ON might be a good candidate to acquire Cree somewhereBungalow Bill-October 30
9892It seems like a decent bet that ON is the company that signed with Cree two weekslacker711-October 30
9891Interesting - wonder if Cree have the long term agreements he mentions for the mBungalow Bill-October 29
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