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20 October 2016

BluGlass and Lumileds move to Phase II of evaluation agreement after completing Phase I

BluGlass Ltd of Silverwater, Australia – which was spun off from the III-nitride department of Macquarie University in 2005 to develop a low-temperature process using remote plasma chemical vapor deposition (RPCVD) to grow materials including gallium nitride (GaN) and indium gallium nitride (InGaN) on glass substrates – has completed the technology demonstration outlined in Phase I of the exclusive evaluation agreement (announced in March) with LED maker Lumileds of San Jose, CA, USA.

The Phase I demonstration of BluGlass' unique low-temperature RPCVD technology involved delivering technical milestones previously unachieved by RPCVD. "The successful demonstration of these milestones has broken exciting new ground for the RPCVD technology development," says chief technology officer Dr Ian Mann. "These initial demonstrations indicate that the novel implementation of RPCVD we are working on with Lumileds has certain advantages over the standard MOCVD process."

BluGlass is commercializing RPCVD for the LED and power electronics industries. The firm has developed patented hardware and processes targeting the production of more efficient semiconductor devices at lower cost. BluGlass entered into its Phase I Evaluation with industry leader, Lumileds this year.

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Visit: www.bluglass.com.au

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