Riber announces orders for two research MBE systems
Riber, the French molecular beam epitaxy company, signed two orders for research machines in October: one from a leading laboratory in Romania and the other from the University of Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand.
The laboratory in Bucharest, Romania has ordered a Compact 21 DZ system. In cooperation with Oxford Instruments, this new system will help to further strengthen the laboratory's development capabilities for the design of GaN-based semiconductor devices. This is the fourth Compact 21 DZ machine sold since the start of the year.
The University of Victoria in Wellington has bought Riber's Compact 21- 2, a new entry-level system developed to enable laboratories to carry out compound semiconductor research projects while optimising their fixed costs.
These commercial successes confirm the upturn in order levels, says Riber.