Aixtron

  • Leader in MOCVD equipment, and offers deposition methods for emerging areas such as organics and nanotechnology
  • Faces tough competition from Veeco, but also offers bulk growth crystal tools that serve customers further up the value chain
  • Revenues dropped by 75% in Q3 of 2011, and ...

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