Zyvex Technologies was founded by James R. Von Ehr II in 1997. Zyvex was the first molecular nanotechnology company. The company provides provide tools, instrumentation, and applications to serve the semiconductor and advanced research markets. The is a privately held company.
The company is based out of Texas, USA. A component of Zyvex technologies – Zyvex Asia has an office based in Singapore. Zyvex Performance materials has spun out of Zyvex technologies and has an office located in Columbus, Ohio. The company employs more than 50 people and also has offices in Bothell, Washington, and Rapid City, South Dakota.
Business line, products and service offerings:
The company has three divisions namely:
- Zyvex Performance Materials
- Zyvex Labs
- Zyvex Asia
The company offers tools, instrumentation and applications to serve the semiconductor and advanced research markets. The products and application packages that the company manufactures are: nProber, dProber, sProber, S200, Nanoeffector Probes, Nanoeffector microgrippers, E-beam current analysis, Low noise characterization, Temperature characterization.
Zyvex Performance Materials has developed a broad product portfolio of nano-enhanced products. Zyvex Performance Materials also provides their molecular chemistry services to a variety of materials companies seeking to introduce nano-enhanced products to their portfolio.
Zyvex Labs develops and manufactures products for microassembly, electron optics, ion optics and photon optics.
The company concentrates mostly on the markets in USA and Asia.
Zyvex Labs is the Founder and Manager of the Atomically Precise Manufacturing Consortium (APMC). The members of this consortium include ICSPI (Integrated Circuit Scanning Probe Instruments), General Dynamics, National Institute of Standards & Technology, North Texas RCIC, University of Central Florida, University of Illinois, University of North Texas, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at Dallas, Vought Aircraft, Institute of Materials Research & Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, and University of New South Wales. In 2008, the company entered into OEM (original Equipment Manufacturer) partnership with Magma. Zyvex and Arkema entered into a partnership for jointly developing nanomaterial applications. It also entered into a strategic partnership with Frost & Sullivan to leverage their respective resources.
- Chairman and CEO – James R. Von Her II
- General Manager – Randy Schussler
- June 30, 2011: DCG Systems (Zyvex Instruments) expands product offerings in Thermal Testing through acquisition of Thermosensorik GmbH
- February 11, 2010 : DCG systems, a privately held company in Freemont, California announced it had acquired Zyvex Instruments LLC.
1321 North Plano Road
Richardson, Texas 75081-2426