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Sandia Buys Second Taiyo Nippon Sanso MOCVD Platform

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SR 4000HT system will be used for expansion of AlGaN and AIN power electronics and UV optoelectronics development

Sandia National Laboratories has bought a second Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) SR 4000HT MOCVD system to expand its AlGaN and AIN power electronics and UV optoelectronics device development.

“Taiyo Nippon Sanso is very proud to announce Sandia's second SR 400 0HT system purchase. The SR 4000HT's advanced and stable performance for high temperature wide bandgap materials processing met the need for Sandia's MOCVD capabilities. Taiyo Nippon Sanso is looking forward to supporting Sandia's
advanced technology development efforts for years to come,” said TNSC executive corporate officer Kunihiro Kobayashi.

TNSC expects the ultra wide bandgap power and optoelectronics go grow substantially, and for the SR 4000HT MOCVD system to be the platform of choice for many AlGaN and AlN applications.



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