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Wolf speed
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Emcee:  robert b furman Type:  Unmoderated
"Wolfspeed" is now the new name for "Cree". Wolfspeed 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?
Cree has now divested itself of its LED lighting division : investor.wolfspeed.com.

What remains is Wolfspeed. Symbol wolf on the NYSE. It has consequently had a meteoric rise in value.

Wolfspeed has strategically positioned itself as being an important provider of chips that are necessary in the EV sector. Their type of chips are required for faster charging capabilities.
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10634the transition from Si to SiC semiconductors is underway. Given WOLF's' teevee1June 5
10633Activist Investor Seeks Improvement in Wolfspeed's Operational Performance: Ron2May 21
10632Good day for WOLF so far, hopefully the bottom is in. In the mean time, will looDebt Free-May 14
10631New Wolfspeed Plant Reaches a Milestone newsobserver.comRon-March 26
10630Very quiet here. Picked some up at $25.36. Got a gut feeling they're beingLou Weed1March 21
10629A move to 800V charging and electric motors might indirectly help WOLF..... chaOldAIMGuy-9/19/2023
10628Yole says they predicted the divestiture. Explain why it makes sense for Macom. EvanG-8/29/2023
10627It is only $125m so capital requirements definitely aren't driving the sale.slacker71128/22/2023
10626Wolfspeed to Sell RF Business to MACOM for $125 Million (yahoo.com) Mmmmm......Lou Weed-8/22/2023
10625Wolfspeed, the vertically integrated SiC pioneer techfund.oneynotgoal28/19/2023
10624A number of semiconductor companies are at risk after China decided to impose nRon17/5/2023
10623Thanks Ron - Can you paste the seekingalpha piece as it requires a sub. I wouLou Weed-7/5/2023
10622Renesas and Wolfspeed Sign 10 Year Silicon Carbide Wafer Supply Agreement financRon-7/5/2023
10621Following.Selectric II-6/27/2023
10620They are also eligible for the Chips Act funding. bizjournals.com Funding is oslacker71116/25/2023
10619Apollo Leads $2 Billion Private Financing for Semiconductor Firm Wolfspeed finaEvanG16/25/2023
10618Did NVDA and AMD AI play suck all the air out of the room, for the experts on thggamer16/2/2023
10617Wolfspeed has now submitted similar comments in regard to Advanced ManufacturingEvanG25/30/2023
10616SiC material fabs are not covered by the Advanced Manufacturing Investment CrediEvanG-5/24/2023
10615Infineon has a slide which shows how wide the substrate price disparity is. SuppEvanG25/15/2023
10614The fact that 200mm required 500um thick substrates has been known for quite a wEvanG25/5/2023
10613So 200mm is too expensive to ramp? It wasn't clear if STMicro was saying theslacker71135/2/2023
10612So 200mm is too expensive to ramp? It wasn't clear if STMicro was saying theEvanG-4/30/2023
10611New Silicon Carbon Battery makes waves tomsguide.com Not sure how his might reRon-3/2/2023
10610If you just look at what the primary Tesla supplier, STM, and the rumored suppliEvanG33/2/2023
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