Changelight to ramp up LED with two AIXTRON MOCVD tools

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AIXTRON AG announced today an order for two MOCVD tools from Changelight, a company based in Xiamen's Torch Industry Park of Fujian Province, China. Both systems were shipped in the second quarter 2008.

This order is for AIX 2600G3 Planetary Reactor® systems which will be used for large-scale manufacturing of red orange and yellow (ROY) ultra high-brightness LEDs.

CEO and Founder of Changelight Mr. Deng Dian Ming comments, "The goal of our company has always been to become the leader of the Chinese optoelectronics industry. We are constantly improving our technology so as to offer the state-of-the-art products demanded by the marketplace. The plan is to concentrate on the ultra high brightness ROY LED segment with epiwafers and chip products backed up with complementary products such as light communication components and other optoelectronic products."

CTO Prof. Wang Xiangwu, adds: "Changelight has excellent experience with AIXTRON MOCVD tools. For example, we were able recently to qualify 120 mcd red LED production in record time thanks to the AIXTRON AIX 2600G3 Planetary Reactor® system. So we look forward to rapid installation and commissioning of the new reactors in due course. AIXTRON clearly delivers on its promises with comprehensive technology package and support service."

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