Leading European Lab Orders Riber MBE System
Third sale of new compound semiconductor research system
Riber is announcing a third order for its Compact 21 DZ molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) system, which is designed for fundamental research on compound semiconductors. The machine will enable a leading European laboratory to increase its development capabilities for designing III-V semiconductor devices.
After two machines sold during the first half of 2014, this new purchase order confirms the commercial success of the new Compact 21 DZ system since its launch onto the market at the end of 2013, says Riber.
The Compact 21 DZ system is aimed at compound semiconductor research particularly structures based on III-V, II-VI, GaN materials, graphene, and oxides. It is well suited for the development of emerging technologies, such as UV LEDs or high-performance solar cells. Compact and flexible, it is designed to meet the needs of users looking to minimise their fixed costs, according to the company.
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