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ONEFIVE ACQUIRES NEW PREMISES
22 JUNE 2015
PRESS RELEASE

Zürich, Switzerland – Onefive GmbH, announces that it has acquired new production and development facilities. Due to increased demand for Onefive’s laser modules, the company decided to relocate all of its operations.

This acquisition should significantly help to optimize the efficiency of Onefive’s production lines while at the same time offering state of the art research and development facilities to its ever growing staff of scientists, engineers and technicians.

These major infrastructure investments include an agreement to acquire class 10000 and 1000 clean rooms that will be equipped with water and gas processing equipment. Relocation to the new facilities covering more than 2500 sq. meters will be completed by the end of fall 2015.

ONEFIVE RECEIVES THE ISO 9001:2008 AND ISO 13485:2003 CERTIFICATION
16 JUNE 2015
PRESS RELEASE

Zürich, Switzerland – Onefive GmbH, a worldwide leading supplier of femtosecond and picosecond laser modules, announces that it has obtained ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 certifications. The certifications have been accredited by DQS Medizinprodukte GmbH.

The ISO 9001:2008 certification shows that the company is committed to provide cutting edge technology and to produce it with the highest levels of quality in all phases of the product’s life.
The ISO 13485:2003 standard specifies the requirement for a Quality Management System to ensure the production of devices that strictly fulfill the regulatory requirements of medical device production.

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RECORD LOW-NOISE OPTICAL FREQUENCY COMB ACHIEVED WITH ONEFIVE FEMTOSECOND LASER ORIGAMI
25 MARCH 2015
PRESS RELEASE

Dr. Steve Lecomte and his team at the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnique (CSEM) in Switzerland achieved record low relative intensity noise frequency comb and carrier-envelope offset frequency stabilization using the Onefive femtosecond laser Origami - 10. The ultra-stable performance of the free-running Origami oscillator was one of the key factors for the stabilization of the Carrier-Envelope-Offset frequency (fCEO) to a record value of 60 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR).

The results of this work have been published in the Electronics Letter journal and further confirm the outstanding features and performance of the Origami femtosecond laser technology. As reported in the featured article, the femtosecond laser is the heart of the frequency comb technology, and its choice is crucial for the performance and reliability of the whole system.

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ONEFIVE RELEASES THE FIRST ALL-IN-ONE, AIR-COOLED MICROJOULE FEMTOSECOND LASER AVAILABLE IN THE MARKET
12 JANUARY 2015
PRESS RELEASE

Onefive GmbH releases the Origami – XP high energy femtosecond laser in a new single-box, air-cooled design. The laser now comes as an all-in-one solution (laser head, controller and air-cooling system integrated in one box). It is the most compact source available in its peak power range while it is not compromising any laser features. It offers outstanding pulse quality, pulse energy stability, pointing stability and timing jitter.

At the same time it provides flexible repetition rate from single-shot to 1 MHz. It comes with real-time pulse energy measurement and control, especially designed for demanding high-precision applications. Pulse sequences with arbitrary energy can be programmed. The laser can be mounted in any spatial direction.

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ONEFIVE BOOSTS THE KATANA PS LASER SERIES WITH MULTI-COLOR SINGLE-BOX PULSED EXCITATION LASERS FOR THE NOBEL AWARDED STED MICROSCOPY TECHNOLOGY.
05 NOVEMBER 2014
PRESS RELEASE

Onefive GmbH continues the efforts into the development of pulsed ps laser sources for microscopy and several other applications. After customizing the Katana-08 HP as depletion STED laser for super-resolution microscopy, for which the company signed an exclusive supplier agreement with Leica Microsystems, Onefive releases a new series of single-box multi-color ps laser systems.

Given the increasing demand for multi-wavelength excitation lasers for microscopy, the Katana HP fiber laser sources now come together in a single packaging solution to provide multi-color laser sources. The first dual-color excitation system, at 532 nm and 635 nm, has been already tested and integrated with the STED depletion laser at 775 nm to offer Leica Microsystems a complete laser solution for STED microscopy.

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