Research system orders in Asia and France
Bezons, July 27th, 2015 – 5:45 pm – RIBER, the global specialist for molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), is announcing that it has signed two orders for research machines in July 2015.
Order in Asia
RIBER has just sold a Compact 21 research system to a prestigious Asian laboratory. This machine will help expand its research capabilities for III-V structures. This order is scheduled to be
delivered before the end of 2015.
Order in France
As briefly announced on July 23rd when publishing its 2015 first-half revenues, RIBER has received an order for a Compact 21 research system from the Jean Lamour Institute, part of the University of Lorraine’s Matter and Materials Physics Department (P2M).
The Compact 21, the world’s top-selling R&D MBE system, has been chosen for its high level of flexibility, its reliability and its capacity to produce extremely complex and very high-quality materials on a reproducible basis.
The acquisition of this machine will enable the University of Lorraine’s Jean Lamour Institute to further strengthen its fundamental and applied research work on quaternary metallic materials and spintronics applications that will make it possible to develop new solutions for future magnetic memory.
This order will be delivered in 2016.
Posted on Monday, July 27, 2015 - 17:45 pm