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15 January 2015

Riber receives research MBE system order from Japanese electronics equipment maker

Riber S.A. of Bezons, France, which manufactures molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) systems as well as evaporation sources and effusion cells, says that at the end of December it received an order for an MBE412 system (for delivery in 2015) from a major Japanese electronics equipment manufacturer, to be used for the development of optoelectronic devices “at the forefront of current technologies”.

The firm says that this latest sale to a “leading name from the Japanese electronics industry” confirms the market’s adoption of the MBE 412, which is claimed to be one of the industry’s best performing thin-film deposition systems. The MBE 412 has been chosen for its high level of flexibility, its reliability and its capacity to produce extremely complex and very high-quality semiconductor materials on large-format substrates on a reproducible basis.

“This latest order confirms the commercial success of our new ranges of systems,” comments Frédérick Goutard, chairman of Riber’s executive board. “The fact that Riber has been chosen by an internationally renowned industrial firm following a stringent selection process highlights MBE’s relevance as a research technology, while further strengthening Riber’s leading position in Japan,” he adds.

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