Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment (AMEC) is a China-based global semiconductor microfabrication equipment company. AMEC specializes in equipment used to develop and produce micro-sized and nanoscale-sized VLSIs, focusing on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.
Aixtron AG is a provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry. The company's technology solutions are used by a diverse range of customers world wide to build advanced components for electronic and opto-electronic applications based on compound, silicon, or organic semiconductor materials.
Aixtron's AIX G5+ is an MOCVD system used to create micro-LEDs, providing on-wafer uniformity control, low particle levels and unique advanced features for demanding micro LED requirements.
ALLOS Semiconductors is an IP licensing and technology company that focuses on GaN-on-Si technology.
For the micro-LED market, ALLOS offers a turn-key technology transfer to establish a super-uniform CMOS-compatible large (200 mm) epiwafer process at customers within only 12 weeks.
BluGlass was established in 2005 to commercialize semiconductor processes and equipment for the manufacture of high efficiency devices. BluGlass' proprietary Remote Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (RPCVD) is used to produce LED and power electronic devices in a cost-effective way.
Coherent (NASDAQ: COHR) manufactures and develops laser-based solutions to the commercial and scientific markets.
For the Micro-LED industry, Coherent offers several laser-based tools that include Laser Lift-Off equipment (LLO) used to separate micro-LEDs from the sapphire wafer and Laser Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) used to move micro-LEDs from the donor to substrate.
Gallant Precision Machining (GPM) was established in 1978 in Taiwan as a manufacturer of mold parts and components for semiconductor equipment, and the company started producing manufacturing equipment and process and automation equipment. GPM supplies equipment to the display, solar, PCB, biomedical, robot, and smart automation industries.
US-based Uniqarta develops IC assembly processes. The company's Laser Enabled Advanced Placement (LEAP) technology replaces conventional pick-and-place assembly methods with an ultra-fast, massively parallel laser technique.
Ireland-based X-Celeprint, a wholly-owned subsidiary of XTRION N.V. is developing a patented Micro-Transfer-Printing (μTP) technology developed by Professor John Rogers and colleagues at the University of Illinois in U.S..