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9 November 2018

Marktech joins AIM Photonics

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Marktech Optoelectronics of Latham, NY, USA, a designer and manufacturer of standard and custom optoelectronics components and assemblies – including UV, visible, near-infrared (NIR) and short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) emitters, detectors, indium phosphide (InP) epiwafers and other materials – has announced its membership of AIM Photonics.

The American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics is an industry-driven, public-private United States Department of Defense (DoD)-led engineering technology consortium, spearheaded by the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly). It focuses the specialty expertise of its member base in order to capture critical global manufacturing leadership mindshare. It further recognizes the importance of integrated photonics as a technology essential to national security, and one that is well positioned to provide a significant return-on-investment to the US economy. Through its partnerships with small-to-medium-sized industry manufacturers, academia and service providers, AIM Photonics seeks to emulate the same 40-year successes that have already been achieved within the electronics industry, applying key lessons, processes and best practices to the emerging photonic integrated circuit (PIC) sector. As part of that commitment, AIM Photonics offers practical access and technology on-ramps to various industry, government and academic communities. In doing so, it is creating a widely accessible and inherently flexible national PIC manufacturing infrastructure, which can effectively meet market challenges with practical, innovative solutions.

“Throughout Marktech’s nearly 35-year history, our unwavering commitment to the advancement of the photonics sector has been well demonstrated,” says CEO Mark Campito. “By joining AIM Photonics, Marktech looks forward to reaffirming this commitment on a larger and more visible scale, while directly lending our vast R&D expertise to the evolving US PIC technology roadmap.”

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