More Than 80 LED Manufacturers Attended Veeco's MOCVD User Meeting in Guangzhou

Veeco Instruments Inc. (Nasdaq: VECO) announced that more than 80 LED manufacturing customers recently attended its Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) User Meeting in Guangzhou, China. Representatives from most of China’s top LED manufacturers attended the meeting, which was held in conjunction with China SSL, one of the largest annual events in the solid state lighting industry.



Tim Liu, Veeco’s Vice President & Greater China Country Manager, commented, “China has demonstrated significant progress to drive policies that stimulate end market demand for LED lighting products. Worldwide adoption of LEDs is growing steadily and our goal is to make sure our customers are best prepared for the lighting ramp by delivering production-proven systems that maximize productivity and yield, while reducing costs.”

China’s top LED manufacturers attended Veeco’s MOCVD User Meeting held in Guangzhou, China, to discuss manufacturing challenges and learn solutions to maximize productivity and yield while driving down costs.

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