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|Zygo Corporation Receives Four Million Dollar Contract Extension from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory For Laser Optics|
MIDDLEFIELD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 3, 2003--ZYGO Corporation (NASDAQ: ZIGO), has received a contract extension for laser amplifier slabs, mirrors, and polarizers from the University of California managed, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
These high quality, meter-sized optics are to be installed in the National Ignition Facility (NIF), the world's largest laser system, being constructed at LLNL for the study of nuclear weapons physics and energy production by controlled thermonuclear fusion. The contract extension, valued at $4 million, runs through February 2004. The work will be performed at ZYGO's Optical Manufacturing Center, located in Middlefield, Conn.
"ZYGO is proud to continue to be a part of this unique technological and scientific endeavor," said Peter Mumola, Vice President, Optics at ZYGO. "Over 1500 of these optics have already been delivered to LLNL for the NIF Program against earlier contracts. Early test results have shown that our optics are performing at a level significantly better than the required specifications."
Zygo Corporation (NASDAQ: ZIGO), headquartered in Middlefield, Connecticut, is a worldwide developer and supplier of high-performance metrology instruments, high-precision optics, optical assemblies, and automation for the semiconductor and industrial markets. See ZYGO's web site at www.zygo.com for additional information.
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