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Brolis awarded €1.6 million to expand R&D facilities

The firm intends to bring its III-V high-brightness MBE grown long-wavelength CW laser diodes to market as soon as possible
The Lithuanian Ministry of Economy has approved the EU structural funds support for the expansion of the Brolis R&D facility in the country's capital city, Vilnius.

The EU is to cover 46 percent of the total project cost, which is estimated to be around Euro (€) 1.6 million.

The expansion of R&D facility will include additional cleanroom space and will focus towards the development of Brolis long-wavelength laser diode development, with particular emphasis on the reliability and yield optimisation.

“We have managed to start-up the fab in less than 9 months from scratch, which we started operating early this year and we already have pilot devices with state-of-the-art performance, including 25 percent wall-plug efficiency and high-brightness Watt-level CW laser diodes with extremely low input powers. Our goal is to continue innovation, and do everything possible to bring these to market as soon as possible,” says Kristijonas Vizbaras, CTO of Brolis.




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