Aixtron likely to fend of threats by newcomers like NuFlare in SiC epitaxy

We recently spoke with Frank Wischmeyer, VP of Power Electronics at Aixtron (see the September 25, 2012 LREEJ), regarding the recent developments in silicon carbide (SiC) epitaxy. Japan's Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Denso, NuFlare Technology, Toyota Motor Corp, and Toyo...

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