Epistar Finalises AIX R6 Qualification
Taiwanese manufacturer acknowledges benefits of Aixtron MOCVD tool
Deposition equipment company Aixtron has announced that Taiwanese LED firm Epistar has successfully achieved all milestones in the internal qualification process of the AIX R6 beta-type MOCVD production system.
"We have been satisfied with the performance of Aixtron's Showerhead tool during the internal test phase, especially with its improved uniformity which is the basis for high-quality LED products. We are looking forward to benefit from the system's low cost of ownership in the future", says M. J. Jou, president of Epistar Corporation.
"The AIX R6 is a state-of-the-art LED manufacturing system that recognises the needs of the LED industry, especially with regard to output, efficiency and costs. Based on our longstanding and trustful business relationship with Epistar, we are looking forward to the further cooperation with one of the leading and most innovative players in the global LED market", comments Bernd Schulte, executive VP and COO of Aixtron.
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