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Lionix International has received a 3.5-million-euro investment from a Dutch consortium led by public investment bank Invest-NL and capital venture firm Forward.one. “This set of investors enables further growth for Lionix toward the future. We’re excited to continue developing and delivering cutting-edge microsystem solutions to our current and new clients around the globe,” comments Lionix CEO Arne Leinse.
Based in Enschede, Lionix makes integrated photonics and MEMS systems for a variety of applications, including healthcare, aerospace, defense and telecommunications. As a vertically integrated company, it covers both the development and production phase, offering design, prototyping, microfabrication, packaging, assembly and testing services to OEM customers.
Along Invest-NL and Forward.one, the consortium comprises the University of Twente Holding, development agency Oost NL and integrated-photonics accelerator Photondelta.