II-VI to Double Manufacturing Capacity of Optical Filters for PCR Instrumentation and 5G Optical Access Over a Five-Year Investment
II-VI Unveils High-Power and High-Efficiency Double-Junction VCSEL Arrays for Next-Generation 3D Sensing
II-VI Receives Optical Communications Industry Awards at ODC 2020
II-VI Named in the 2021 Forbes’ America’s Best Mid-sized Companies List
II-VI and Coherent to Jointly Supply Turnkey Automotive and Electrification Welding Solutions
II-VI Incorporated is a global leader in engineered materials, optoelectronic components and optical systems offering vertically integrated solutions for applications in industrial, communications, aerospace & defense, life sciences, semiconductor capital equipment, automotive and consumer electronics.
Our optoelectronic components enable a broad range of applications including in high power lasers for materials processing, optical amplifiers for terrestrial and submarine communications, high bit rate transceivers for datacenters, analytical instruments for life sciences, LiDAR for automotive and 3D sensing for consumer electronics.
We leverage the unique properties of our engineered materials to produce differentiated optics shaped by precision surfacing techniques and assembled into miniature- to large-scale precision optical systems with thermal management. Our optical coatings provide the desired spectral characteristics and enhance durability to high energy lasers and harsh environments. We leverage these capabilities to deliver optical systems integrated with electronics and software.
Our engineered materials enable a broad range of existing and emerging applications in Industrial, communications, aerospace & defense, semiconductor equipment, life sciences, automotive and consumer electronics.
We refine rare metals. We grow and fabricate a broad portfolio of crystals, ceramics and metal matrix composites that are differentiated by one or a combination of unique optical, electrical, magnetic, thermal and mechanical properties.
Our compound semiconductor materials include SiC substrates, as well as InP- and GaAs-based epitaxial wafers. These products enable RF, power and optoelectronic devices such as for 5G wireless, electric vehicles and datacenter transceivers.