Zygo receives multi-million dollar laser fusion optics contract

June 30, 2006, Middlefield, CT--Zygo Corporation announced that it has received another production contract award for its Laser Fusion Program. The initial order, valued at approximately $1.0 million, is scheduled to be shipped in fiscal 2007. The agreement further provides for optional orders running through 2013 for a total potential value of approximately $45.0 million.

June 30, 2006, Middlefield, CT--Zygo Corporation announced that it has received another production contract award for its Laser Fusion Program. The initial order, valued at approximately $1.0 million, is scheduled to be shipped in fiscal 2007. The agreement further provides for optional orders running through 2013 for a total potential value of approximately $45.0 million.

"Zygo continues to be a preferred supplier to the High Energy Laser Programs around the world," said Bruce Robinson, president and CEO at Zygo. "Zygo has a long history of servicing these customers with amplifier optics and other very specialized components where quality is critical to the laser performance." Amplifier optics are critical to the operation of high energy lasers that are used in fusion research. To date, Zygo has delivered more than 2,000 High Energy Laser amplifier optics to the National Ignition Facility located at the University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, as well as to other customers around the world.

For more information, see www.zygo.com.

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