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New Report Just Published: World Solid-State, Fiber, Gas and Dye Lasers Market Report
Date:7/11/2009

nveils New Solid-State Laser II-53 IPG Develops Innovative CO2 Gas Laser II-53 Coherent Releases Novel Fiber Laser II-54 Zecotek Develops Green Fiber Laser II-54 Photonic Unveils Green Laser Module with Thermoelectric Control II-54 TOPTICA Photonics Introduces iWave II-55 Cobolt Launches High Power Cobolt Calypso(TM) Lasers II-55 Cobolt Launches 515 nm Cobolt Fandango(TM) Laser II-55 Cobolt Launches Cobolt Tango(TM) Laser II-55 Coherent Launches New DPSS Laser II-56 Coherent Launches Compass Lasers II-56 SPI Introduces High Power Ultraviolet Laser II-56 Cymer Launches XLR 600i Laser Light Source II-56 Coherent Releases New Diamond C series of CO2 Lasers II-56 Multiwave Releases New Advanced Pulsed Fiber Lasers II-57 Newport Debuts CW Fiber Lasers II-57 New Focus Unveils High-Precision, Single- Wavelength Laser II-57 PyroPhotonics Unveils PyroFlex II-57 Fianium Unveils New 266nm Fiber Laser System II-58 NTC America to Roll Out New Laser Systems II-58 9. Focus on Select Global Players II-59 Coherent, Inc. (USA) II-59 Cutting Edge Optronics, Inc. (USA) II-59 CVI Melles Griot Inc (USA) II-60 Cymer Inc. (USA) II-60 Fujian Castech Crystals, Inc. (China) II-60 Gigaphotonic, Inc. (Japan) II-61 GSI Group, Inc. (USA) II-61 Excel Technology, Inc. (USA) II-61 IPG Photonics Corp. (USA) II-61 JDS Uniphase Corporation (USA) II-62 Newport Corporation (USA) II-63 Spectra-Physics, Inc. (USA) II-63 Q-Peak, Inc (USA) II-64 Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc. (USA) II-64 Scientific Materials Corporation (USA) II-64 TRUMPF Laser GmbH + Co. KG (Germany) II-65 10. Global Market Perspective II-66 Table 17: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Solid State, Fiber, Gas and Dye Lasers by Geographic Region - North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independent
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