(WBNG Binghamton)New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday announced that Dynamax Imaging LLC, a leading developer of high-performance image sensors that had outgrown its current facility in Homer, will remain in New York by locating to the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering’s (CNSE) Smart System Technology and Commercialization Center of Excellence (STC) in Canandaigua.
According to a news release:
This move will spur the creation and retention of more than 100 high-tech jobs and bring CNSE’s STC to full capacity.
“Dynamax Imaging’s decision to move to the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering’s STC demonstrates the continuing success of our investments in growing nanotechnology jobs and companies in New York,” Governor Cuomo said. “Through this move, Dynamax Imaging will keep and create more than 100 good paying, high-tech jobs in the State of New York. We are pleased to have a leading company like Dynamax call New York home, keeping us at the forefront in the field of nanoscale technology.”
Dr. Jim Tan, President and CEO of Dynamax Imaging LLC, said, “We are delighted that the best opportunity to support the continuing growth of Dynamax Imaging is right here in New York. By tapping into the world-class, first-rate capabilities with the most advanced semiconductor equipment at CNSE’s STC, we look forward to advancing our innovative image sensor technologies, developing new products and establishing new partnerships, all of which will enable the company to grow and flourish, and maintain the reputation of New York as the ‘imaging capital of the world.’ This partnership will also help to keep the United States in the forefront of worldwide advancements in high-tech CMOS imaging products, which are necessary for critical applications in many industrial imaging market applications.”
Dr. Alain E. Kaloyeros, CNSE Senior Vice President and CEO, said, “Fueled by the leadership of Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York is recognized worldwide as the place to be in the global nanotechnology industry. The decision by Dynamax Imaging to stay and grow in New York is proof positive that the Governor’s strategy is working, keeping small and medium-sized nanotechnology firms in the Empire State while also attracting leading high-tech companies from around the world.”
Paul Tolley, CNSE Vice President for Disruptive Technologies and Executive Director of CNSE’s STC, said, “CNSE’s Smart System Technology and Commercialization Center of Excellence is thrilled to welcome Dynamax Imaging to its expanding roster of corporate partners. The fact that our current space has now reached capacity is testament to the impact of New York’s nanotechnology sector in Western New York, and a great motivation to continue to pursue opportunities for additional growth in the future.”