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25 September 2018

New Aixtron customer Sinosemic orders its first AIX 2800G4-TM MOCVD system for VCSEL production

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Deposition equipment maker Aixtron SE of Herzogenrath, near Aachen, Germany says that Sino-Semiconductor Integrated Optoelectronics Cooperation (Sinosemic) - the first all-Chinese developer and manufacturer of vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) chips for face recognition - has ordered an AIX 2800G4-TM MOCVD system for the production of laser diodes. The firm will receive its first Aixtron tool in fourth-quarter 2018. The fully automated Planetary Reactor manufacturing system will be shipped in 8x6”-wafer configuration.

The AIX 2800G4-TM has established itself as the leading tool for high-volume production of VCSELs for 3D sensors and other diode lasers, claims Aixtron. The Planetary Reactor concept not only allows for maximum yield of devices at the highest performance level, but also for unparalleled productivity and uniformity of the epitaxial wafers. As well as the reproducibility of each individual system, there is also good repeatability among systems, adds the firm. The AIX 2800G4-TM also provides high efficiency in handling chemicals used for MOCVD processes for the production of laser devices.

“In recent years the AIX 2800G4-TM platform has already succeeded in the market for the production of VCSELs or datacom lasers,” comments Sinosemic’s general manager Ling Yong Peng. “This is the first time we order an MOCVD system from Aixtron and we are very much looking forward to benefit from the excellent performance of the AIX 2800G4-TM platform in terms of wafer homogeneity and maximum flexibility,” he adds.

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