There’s never been a year quite like 2020, and while we look forward to the advancements coming our way in 2021, we want to take a look back and recognise some achievements from this year.
All our teams across the world have adapted well to new working environments, and worked extremely hard to deliver the excellent standard of service to our customers they are used to, and that they deserve. We want to take this opportunity to thank our customers for their loyalty through 2020, and wish a happy and prosperous 2021 for all.
Take a look through our own highlights from 2020; which include joining some amazing global Quantum research consortiums, publishing successful webinars and white papers, the relaunch of our Process News publication, and releasing our new control software PTIQ. Despite the global pandemic, we’ve had an exciting and successful year at Oxford Instruments and there is lots more to come in 2021!
This year we saw the return of Process News, our newsletter-magazine about all things plasma technology, including industry news, updates on our new content, and much more.
The latest and new-look edition focused on Augmented Reality (AR) applications, with articles including:
Ionfab is our latest solution for slanted surface relief grating etching for augmented reality (AR) applications.
Silicon Carbide (SiC) is becoming well established within power device manufacturers as it offers compelling advantages vs Silicon (Si) in several applications. Manufacturing SiC devices require expert knowledge of plasma processing techniques to maximise device performance. Watch this webinar to discover more about these techniques.
In this webinar, we discussed:
PTIQ is the latest intelligent software solution for PlasmaPro, Plasmalab and Atomfab processing equipment.
The need for forming slanted gratings for applications such as combiners for AR headsets has seen a recent surge. Ion beam etching technology is one of the best-suited techniques to enable the grating design required for these applications. Ion beam directionality in conjunction with variable incident beam angle via platen angle setting enables profile control and feature shaping during nanopatterning.DOWNLOAD WHITEPAPER
Industry and Academic experts from across the world came together to present their research work and latest developments in 'Quantum Technologies' and 'Advanced Microscopy & Analysis' using Oxford Instruments equipment. The two-day event presented capabilities across five Oxford Instruments business units, with a Quantum Technology focus on Day 1 and Microscopy and Analysis focus on Day 2. The event was tailored for the Nanotechnology and Microscopy industry in India, and saw over 500 delegates registered from India and APAC countries. We are hoping to plan further events in other regions, please watch this space for more information.
The event is still available to watch the presentations on demand by registering here:REGISTER HERE
We pride ourselves on providing specialist support to our customers, and understand they all have unique requirements. This year launched a brand new range of support agreements, to cater for the wide range of customers we support. Our Service Support Agreements provide access to our expert help desks, field service engineers and spare parts to ensure that uptime, cost of ownership and productivity stay at an optimal level if you don't have in-house engineering support.FIND OUT MORE
2020 has seen Oxford Instruments partner with some prestigious organisations to bring together a wealth of knowledge and further develop the revolution that is quantum technology. Read the following news releases to find out more:
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