Aixtron announced today that Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has ordered an AIX BM plasma-enhanced CVD system to support their graphene and carbon nanotubes research. The reactor can handle 4" substrates and Aixtron will deliver it in Q3 2014.

This is KAUST's first BM Pro system, which will be used to expand their graphene research with an aim to find a "wide range of new applications".

Tags: