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Posted: May 6, 2008
Voxtel Announces Negotiation of Long-term Lease at Lorry I. Lokey Nanotechnology Laboratories
(Nanowerk News) Today, Voxtel,
Inc. announces it has completed the negotiation
of a long-term lease to occupy private development
laboratories at the ONAMI (Orgeon Nanoscience
and Microtechnologies Institute) Lorry I.
Lokey Laboratories located at the University of
Oregon (UO) Eugene campus.
The Integrative Science Center at the Lorry I.
Lokey Laboratories represents world-class facilities
and infrastructure for scientific research. It
provides Voxtel access to one of the world’s largest
and deepest collections of state-of-the-art
equipment and technologies and provides Voxtel
with a significant time and infrastructure advantage
in the global race for innovation.
George Williams, Voxtel’s President and CEO
states, “As a small business, locating our nanotechnology
development operations in the Lorry
I. Lokey Laboratories provides Voxtel with a compelling competitive edge that would otherwise only be
available to the largest of corporate research laboratories. The unique combination of resources available
at the Integrative Science Center allows Voxtel to conduct world-class research, to innovate, and to
rapidly develop and market new technology so that we can successfully compete on a global scale.”
About Voxtel, Inc.
Voxtel, Inc., of Beaverton, OR, is a provider of optoelectronic devices using novel semiconductor architectures
and nanotechnology-engineered materials, and a leading developer of sophisticated detectors
and electro-optical imaging systems for a wide range of government, industrial, and scientific markets.
Their product technologies include near-infrared laser radar (LADAR) receivers, radiation hardened imagers
for space applications, highly sensitive avalanche photodiodes for fiber and freespace telecommunications,
and nanotechnology-engineered materials. For more information, visit Voxtel’s website at