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Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) announced today that it had successfully converted an Emcore D180 nitride reactor to deposit oxide (ZnO) films. "This system conversion marks a continuing trend of converting and upgrading the many surplus MOCVD reactors in the field. SMI has now converted or upgraded systems from Thomas Swan and Emcore, among others. Further, we believe it is good for technology development in general, allowing researchers and producers alike to address new MOCVD markets without incurring the massive costs of buying a whole new MOCVD system," stated Dr. Gary S. Tompa, CEO and President of SMI. SMI has a history of adapting and modifying MOCVD reactors and systems, including updating control system and gas panels to advance customer capabilities.
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