- Eulitha is a specialized technology provider of non-contact nano-UV-lithography equipment and services
- Eulitha’s proprietary PHABLE technology is considered to be a preferable option to traditional nanoimprint technology
- Eulitha will significantly expand its resources with the investment, said Harun Solak, CEO and co-founder
AGIC Capital has made an investment in Swiss specialized technology provider Eulitha. Eulitha is a provider of non-contact nano-UV-lithography equipment and services. It was founded in 2006 and offers cost-efficient non-contact, high-resolution photolithography systems and customized patterning services for a range of applications including telecommunications, DFB/DBR Lasers, AV/VR (augmented and virtual reality), optical components and bio sensors/chips.
AGIC Capital is a European-Asian private equity firm that focuses on companies within the European industrial and medical technology sectors. It was founded in 2015.
AGIC will work with Eulitha’s management team to generate global growth, particularly within the Asia Pacific region, and promote its proprietary PHABLE technology solution. PHABLE technology is considered to be a preferable option to traditional nanoimprint technology due to lower costs, higher throughput, better consistency, longer mask lifetime and compatibility with non-flat substrates.
“AGIC Capital believes Eulitha is well poised to gain substantially from the underlying market trends favoring its proprietary equipment and process technology solutions,” said Heiko von Dewitz, partner of AGIC Capital in Europe. “We are very pleased to have made this investment and will work with the Eulitha management team to scale up the business and accelerate its growth across a variety of industries.”
“We are delighted to have AGIC Capital on board on our journey to become a global leader in offering lithography solutions to the growing photonics industries,” said Harun Solak, CEO and co-founder of Eulitha. “With this investment Eulitha will be significantly expanding its resources, both financially and in terms of its market reach, to further develop and market its unique photolithography equipment and associated technologies.”