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11 November 2013

Aixtron hosts MOCVD seminar at China SSL 2013

Deposition equipment maker Aixtron SE of Aachen, Germany says that, at its MOCVD Seminar at the 10th China International Forum on Solid State Lighting (China SSL 2013) in Beijing (10-12 November) - organized by the China Solid State Lighting Alliance (CSA) - LED makers presented practice-oriented production results based on Aixtron’s current system generations. The potential of organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) was also the subject of much discussion at the conference.

“I am delighted to have some of our key customers, such as Nantong Tongfang Semiconductor, Nanojoin Photonics and Changelight, hold presentations on actual production data achieved on our systems,” said Tim Wang, general manager of Aixtron China Ltd, welcoming 180 guests to the seminar. “They covered our main products which are widely used in China including AIX G5 HT, CRIUS II-XL and AIX 2800G4 systems,” he added.

“The adoption of LEDs within the general lighting market is progressing rapidly. To support our customers in enhancing their competitiveness, we have intensified our technical customer service and our efforts to increase productivity,” stressed CEO Martin Goetzeler in his speech. “This is being positively received in China, one of our most important markets for LED manufacturing equipment.” Aixtron was the first foreign guest member to be admitted to the China Solid State Lighting Alliance.

“Alongside LED production-related topics, such as yield improvement, low production costs and increasing throughput, Aixtron is working closely on new cost-effective production technologies for use in organic electronics,” stated chief technology officer Andreas Tönnis. In first-quarter 2014, Aixtron’s organic cluster system (with multiple process modules for the deposition of organic materials on 200mm x 200mm substrates) will be put into operation. The new cluster will allow the demonstration of deposition processes for organic thin films at the device level and in a production-like environment. Aixtron claims that its OVPD technology enables the production of OLED devices with very high deposition rates at attractive manufacturing costs compared with conventional vacuum deposition processes.

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