the world leader in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) science and equipment, today
announced that Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland has purchased the
Fiji Plasma ALD System to enhance their ALD research capabilities.
"The Tyndall Institute is the largest Micro/NanoElectronics; Photonics
and Microsystems research institute in Ireland," said Jeremy Davis, European
Sales Director of Cambridge NanoTech. "The Fiji systems are the ideal
complement to their materials research efforts in order to support the introduction
of new materials into their semiconductor device fabrication process. Tyndall
carefully selected the plasma assisted ALD Fiji system as the tool most suited
to support their research efforts."
"We decided to purchase the Fiji system for a number of reasons,"
said Alan Blake, Tyndall's process engineer. "Overall, we believe
Cambridge NanoTech offers the best value for the money. In terms of performance,
the dual chamber system provides excellent process versatility, more functionality,
and fits in a very small footprint as compared to competitive products. Plus,
Cambridge NanoTech has an excellent reputation in the ALD community."
Blake continued, "The team at Cambridge NanoTech also provided us with
tremendous support during the start-up phase as well as superb training. They
are very accommodating and continue to provide follow-up support as needed."
Fiji Plasma ALD System
The Fiji System delivers performance and versatility for both plasma and thermal
ALD deposition in an economical package. Its flexible system design, including
a dual chamber configuration, is customizable for maximum experimental efficiency.
With very low precursor consumption, fully integrated ALD Shield vapor
trap, and off-the-shelf replacement costs, the Fiji reduces operating costs
and simplifies system maintenance.