30 Jan '14, 1pm

Osram claimed to be first chip maker to switch red and yellow LED fabrication to 6" wafers

Osram claimed to be first chip maker to switch red and yellow LED fabrication to 6" wafers Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH of Regensburg, Germany says that, to keep pace with constant market growth, it is switching its fabrication of red, orange and yellow light-emitting diodes to 6-inch wafers. The firm is therefore extending the fabrication of all large-wafer LEDs to the indium gallium aluminium phosphide (InGaAlP) material system and hence expanding its production capacity. The company began switching fabrication of blue LED chips to 6-inch wafers in 2011. Osram Opto claims to have also been the first manufacturer to switch all LED colors worldwide to 4-inch wafers many years ago, and is now continuing this approach with 6-inch wafers. Picture: The assembly system at Osram Opto transporting a 6-inch wafer; 4-inch wafers can be seen on the left. The latest switch involves...

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