Indian institute orders fourth Riber research system
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, has ordered a Model Compact 21T MBE system to develop new optoelectronic devices
Semiconductor equipment maker Riber has announced that the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, has ordered a research MBE system, Model Compact 21T.
This system will contribute to further strengthen its research capabilities to develop new optoelectronic devices using quantum dot lasers emissions, according to the company.
This repeat order is the fourth Riber system operated at IIT Bombay. The system will be delivered in 2019.
India is a growing market for Riber, where the company already has an installed base of 16 systems, representing 64 percent of the total fleet.
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