Frankfurt exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Semiconductor Equipment & Materials. Location Germany, Herzogenrath.

AIXTRON SE [AIXA.FGermany

24.7USD0.78 (-3.16%)

• At close Fri Oct 14 2022

3,389,202,943 USD
MARKET CAP
85.311
PE
0.421
BETA (5y)
0.354
EPS

profit

619%

for 5 years

profit

184%

for 3 years

profit

151%

for 2 years

profit

60%

for 1 year

profit

36%

for this year

About AIXTRON SE

AIXTRON SE, together with its subsidiaries, provides deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. It develops, produces, sells, maintains, and installs equipment for the deposition of semiconductor materials; and provides consulting and training, customer support, and peripheral equipment and services, as well as sells spare parts and services. The company supplies deposition equipment for volume production, as well as equipment for research and development, and pre-series production. Its technology solutions are used to build components for electronic and optoelectronic applications that are used in laser, LED, display technologies, optical and wireless data transmission, SiC and GaN power electronics, optical and electronic storage devices, computing, and signaling and lighting technology, as well as other applications. AIXTRON SE was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Herzogenrath, Germany.

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AIXTRON SE
https://www.aixtron.com
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