SweGaN AB of Linköping, Sweden, which manufactures custom gallium nitride on silicon carbide (GaN-on-SiC) epitaxial wafers (based on a unique growth technology) for telecom, satellite, defense and power applications, has been named for the second year in a row to the Ny Teknik (New Technology) ‘33 List’ of Sweden’s most promising and innovative young companies. This year’s contenders included 270 companies.
With headquarters in the technology hub of Linköping, SweGaN manufactures QuanFINE GaN-on-SiC wafers using patented growth technology. The QuanFINE wafers are sold to manufacturers of components and devices for satellite communication, telecom and defense applications, as well as manufacturers of power electronics used in electric vehicles, solar inverters and more.
Earlier this year, SweGaN reported 300% year-on-year revenue growth in 2019, with a doubling of commercial orders and collaboration in multiple European Union (EU) projects.