Chromacity targets key industrial markets with AMS Technologies

20/04/2023
Chromacity CEO Shahida Imani

Ultrafast laser company joins forces with key European provider of photonics technologies as it focuses on biomedical, semiconductor, energy and defence sectors.

ULTRAFAST laser manufacturer Chromacity today announced a strategic alliance with AMS Technologies for the supply of its ultrafast lasers across Europe. Based in Germany, AMS Technologies is Europe’s leading provider of photonics, thermal management and power technologies, particularly in industrial markets, which are a core focus of Chromacity’s business strategy.

AMS Technologies will promote and sell Chromacity’s lasers for a range of applications, including biomedical imaging and semiconductor testing, as well as promoting Chromacity’s gas sensing capabilities in markets such as oil & gas, environment and defence. The two companies will also jointly explore potential applications in the field of quantum optics.

Chromacity’s ease-of-integration, and system stability, are crucial for the development of OEM opportunities for industrial applications.

“Chromacity’s high-performance ultrashort pulse lasers ideally enhance the broad photonics portfolio of AMS Technologies even further,” said Jan Meise, CEO of AMS Technologies. “We are pleased to provide our OEM and scientific customers with these high-end solutions.”

“AMS Technologies have been supporting the European photonics market with innovative technologies for over 35 years and are the go-to partner for key OEM solution providers,” said Shahida Imani, CEO of Chromacity. “We are excited to be joining forces to bring our ultrafast lasers to these customers.”

The two companies will join forces to showcase Chromacity’s OPO solutions on the AMS booth 203 in hall B2 at Laser World of Photonics, Europe’s largest photonics event, June 27-30 in Munich.

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