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Deli Optoelectronics opts for Veeco MOCVD tools

Dec 05, 2012
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Guangdong Deli Optoelectronics Co., Ltd, has ordered multiple TurboDisc K465i MOCVD systems to support its high brightness LED manufacturing ramp.

Guangdong Deli Optoelectronics is a privately held company located in Jiangmen.

Mai Qinghua, President of Deli Optoelectronics, comments, "We are excited to select Veeco's K465i systems for our new production facility which will open in the spring of 2013. We chose Veeco over its competitors because of the company's demonstrated market leadership in MOCVD and production-proven technology. Veeco's systems will provide us the lowest cost of ownership to help us achieve great success in the LED market."

Jeff Hawthorne, Veeco's Senior Vice President, MOCVD, adds, "It is gratifying to be chosen by Deli Optoelectronics as they make their first foray into the LED industry. Our tools have supported many of China's LED leaders, so we look forward to providing this new customer with state-of-the-art equipment, engineer training and excellent support and service."

Deli Optoelectronics (a sub-company of DELIXI), headquartered in Wenzhou, specialises in the manufacturing of electric power transmission and distribution appliances. DELIXI produces a broad range of high and low voltage switchgear sets and components.

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