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ATI Technologies Inc. was a semiconductor technology corporation based in Markham, Ontario, Canada, that specialized in the development of graphics processing units and chipsets. Founded in 1985 as Array Technologies Industry, the company was listed publicly in 1993 and was acquired by Advanced Micro Devices in 2006. As a major fabrication-less or fabless semiconductor company, ATI conducted research and development in-house and outsourced the manufacturing and assembly of its products. ATI and its chief rival Nvidia emerged as the two dominant players in the graphics processors industry, eventually forcing other manufacturers into niche roles.The acquisition of ATI in 2006 was important to AMD's strategic development of its Fusion generation of computer processors, which integrated general processing abilities with graphics processing functions within a single chip. Since 2010, the ATI brand name is no longer used for any of AMD's graphics processor products. Wikipedia.


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ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, May 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Array Technologies, Inc., the global leader in cumulative solar tracking experience, today announced that it will partner with Affordable Solar to install trackers at Facebook's upcoming data center located in Los Lunas, New Mexico, USA. The company also announced that it has opened a new office in Madrid, Spain to better serve its growing global customer base in Europe. The Intersolar AWARD finalist will be onsite at the upcoming Intersolar Europe event and can be found at exhibition booth A4.380. Array Technologies is partnering with local companies to bring solar tracking power to Facebook's new data center in New Mexico. Array has been selected to provide trackers for three 10 MW-AC sites to help Facebook's newest data center be powered 100 percent by renewable energy. The global leader in solar tracking was chosen for this project due to its high reliability, which will allow Facebook to deliver 100 percent server uptime over the 30-year design life of the trackers. "With decades of innovation and experience under our belt, we're excited to see large global brands like Facebook adopting renewable energy solutions," said Ron Corio, CEO of Array Technologies. "Solar technology should be designed and built to withstand the test of time. Array is proud to deliver the only time-proven solar tracker to utility-scale project owners around the world." Alongside engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm Affordable Solar, Array will install trackers throughout 2017 and complete the first of three 10 MW-AC installations by the beginning of 2018. Affordable Solar was awarded the contract by Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) to build the three sites. Affordable Solar President, Kevin Basselleck, says "We'll be partnering with Array Technologies, an Albuquerque-based manufacturer of the tracking systems that allow the solar modules to follow the sun throughout the day. They are a global leader in solar trackers and a tremendous local success story. We're proud to deploy more of their systems right here in New Mexico." Array Technologies has also recently expanded with a new office in Madrid, Spain. This announcement is the latest of many new international offices to open, including Australia, Mexico and the MENAT region. The mission of the Spain office, led by Director of International Sales and Business Development Martin Mitscher, is to provide additional support to Array's growing international customer base headquartered in Europe. "As the global market for utility-scale tracked solar expands, so too does Array," said Mitscher. "We're delighted to add Madrid, Spain to Array's fast-growing list of international offices to provide these clients the same level of service and customer experience as our trusted partners in the US." Array's innovative DuraTrack HZ v3 was recently selected as a finalist for the prestigious Intersolar AWARD due to its streamlined design, flexibly linked architecture and stow-free strategy, which combined offer the lowest cost of ownership and highest reliability. As a part of Array's finalist status, President Thomas Conroy will present at the Intersolar Europe conference on Wednesday, May 31st at 12:00. Interested parties can view the DuraTrack HZ v3 and meet the Array Technologies team at booth A4.380, May 31-June 2 in Munich, Germany. Array Technologies, Inc. is the leading solar tracking solutions and services provider for utility-scale projects. Our streamlined tracker design enables efficient installation and high reliability. This combination delivers both the lowest installation cost and the best long-term returns. Through continuous innovation and engineered simplicity, Array's tracker solutions are optimized for construction and a multitude of terrains. The company has unparalleled experience, with more than 28 years in the industry and over 12,000 miles of trackers installed. Array Technologies is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM. For more information, please visit arraytechinc.com.


"With decades of innovation and experience under our belt, we're excited to see large global brands like Facebook adopting renewable energy solutions," said Ron Corio, CEO of Array Technologies. "Solar technology should be designed and built to withstand the test of time. Array is proud to deliver the only time-proven solar tracker to utility-scale project owners around the world." Alongside engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm Affordable Solar, Array will install trackers throughout 2017 and complete the first of three 10 MW-AC installations by the beginning of 2018. Affordable Solar was awarded the contract by Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) to build the three sites. Affordable Solar President, Kevin Basselleck, says "We'll be partnering with Array Technologies, an Albuquerque-based manufacturer of the tracking systems that allow the solar modules to follow the sun throughout the day. They are a global leader in solar trackers and a tremendous local success story. We're proud to deploy more of their systems right here in New Mexico." Array Technologies has also recently expanded with a new office in Madrid, Spain. This announcement is the latest of many new international offices to open, including Australia, Mexico and the MENAT region. The mission of the Spain office, led by Director of International Sales and Business Development Martin Mitscher, is to provide additional support to Array's growing international customer base headquartered in Europe. "As the global market for utility-scale tracked solar expands, so too does Array," said Mitscher. "We're delighted to add Madrid, Spain to Array's fast-growing list of international offices to provide these clients the same level of service and customer experience as our trusted partners in the US." Array's innovative DuraTrack HZ v3 was recently selected as a finalist for the prestigious Intersolar AWARD due to its streamlined design, flexibly linked architecture and stow-free strategy, which combined offer the lowest cost of ownership and highest reliability. As a part of Array's finalist status, President Thomas Conroy will present at the Intersolar Europe conference on Wednesday, May 31st at 12:00. Interested parties can view the DuraTrack HZ v3 and meet the Array Technologies team at booth A4.380, May 31-June 2 in Munich, Germany. Array Technologies, Inc. is the leading solar tracking solutions and services provider for utility-scale projects. Our streamlined tracker design enables efficient installation and high reliability. This combination delivers both the lowest installation cost and the best long-term returns. Through continuous innovation and engineered simplicity, Array's tracker solutions are optimized for construction and a multitude of terrains. The company has unparalleled experience, with more than 28 years in the industry and over 12,000 miles of trackers installed. Array Technologies is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM. For more information, please visit arraytechinc.com. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/array-technologies-provides-solar-trackers-for-facebook-facility-opens-new-office-in-europe-300462877.html


News Article | May 4, 2017
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ALBUQUERQUE, Nuevo México, 3 de mayo de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Array Technologies, Inc., el líder mundial en la experiencia acumulada del seguimiento solar, anunció hoy su expansión hacia América Latina con el apoyo de una nueva oficina en la Ciudad de México, México. El último hito...


News Article | May 4, 2017
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The global solar tracker leader will open a new office in Mexico City to support massive market growth with award-winning DuraTrack HZ v3 -- Array Technologies, Inc., the global leader in cumulative solar tracking experience, today announced its expansion into Latin America, supported by a new office in Mexico City, Mexico.Array's latest international milestone comes on the heels of the 28-year-old company opening new office locations in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and Sydney, Australia. Array's decades of experience, which has generated the most evolved and reliable tracker on the market delivering the lowest cost of ownership, is a major driver behind the company's rapid global expansion.Array's foray into Mexico follows a fundamental shift in the nation's energy consumption patterns. To fulfill its growing energy demand, Mexico has established ambitious goals and aims to generate 35 percent of the country's energy supply from renewable sources by 2024. According to GTM Research's Latin America PV Playbook – Q4 2016, the outlook for PV and solar tracker growth throughout Mexico is strong.Array will serve the needs of the Mexican market with DuraTrack HZ v3 ( http://arraytechinc.com/ utility/duratrack- hz-v3-solar- tra... ), which was recently selected as a finalist for the MIREC ( http://mirecweek.com/ ) Innovative Technology Award.The single-axis solar tracker's unmatched durability and engineered simplicity make it a perfect match for the diverse terrain and high temperatures experienced throughout the region. Built for challenging environments, DuraTrack HZ v3 is currently used in sites around the world and has a proven track record of high survivability and zero scheduled maintenance."As our trackers continue to operate failure-free, international solar asset owners are taking notice and making decisions accordingly,"said Ron Corio, founder and CEO of Array Technologies. "Companies across the globe look forward to collaborating with a tried-and-true solar tracker provider."Array Technologies, Inc. is the leading solar tracking solutions and services provider for utility-scale projects. Our streamlined tracker design enables efficient installation and high reliability. This combination delivers both the lowest installation cost and the best long-term returns. Through continuous innovation and engineered simplicity, Array's tracker solutions are optimized for construction and a multitude of terrains. The company has unparalleled experience, with more than 28 years in the industry and over 12,000 miles of trackers installed. Array Technologies is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM. For more information, please visit arraytechinc.com.


A solar tracker assembly comprises a support column, a torsion beam connected to the support column, a mounting mechanism attached to the torsion beam, a drive system connected to the torsion beam, and a torsion limiter connected to an output of the drive system. When an external force causes a level of torsion on the drive system to exceed a pre-set limit the torsion limiter facilitates rotational movement of the solar tracker assembly in the direction of the torsion, thereby allowing the external force to rotate about a pivot axis extending through the torsion beam. Exemplary embodiments also include methods of aligning a plurality of rows of solar trackers.


A solar tracker assembly comprises a support column, a torsion beam connected to the support column, a mounting mechanism attached to the torsion beam, a drive system connected to the torsion beam, and a torsion limiter connected to an output of the drive system. When an external force causes a level of torsion on the drive system to exceed a pre-set limit the torsion limiter facilitates rotational movement of the solar tracker assembly in the direction of the torsion, thereby allowing the external force to rotate about a pivot axis extending through the torsion beam. Exemplary embodiments also include methods of aligning a plurality of rows of solar trackers.


Globally recognized leaders will collaborate on structural and electrical BOS solutions for utility-scale solar -- Array Technologies (http://arraytechinc.com/), the world's leader in reliable solar tracking, and Shoals Technologies Group (http://shoals.com/), the leading solar electrical balance of systems (BOS) provider, today announced plans to collaborate on structural and electrical Balance of System (BOS) solutions for utility-scale solar. This relationship will leverage the complementary nature of Array's trackers and Shoals' electrical BOS solutions. The integration of offerings will result in improved performance and stronger economics for project developers and asset owners, and higher efficiencies for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) companies.The future of the solar industry will be driven by innovation, optimization and efficiency. Array and Shoals will draw on each company's expertise, developed through nearly 50 years of combined solar operations, to tailor integrated solutions that further the evolution of the solar power plant."Array is thrilled about working with Shoals. Together, as BOS leaders in the market, we are in a unique position to innovate and advance unrivaled, integrated system solutions. We see tremendous opportunity to bring cost effective, optimized, and reliable collaborative offerings to the market. Our customers will greatly benefit from a new standard of seamless Balance of System solutions," said Ron Corio, founder and CEO of Array Technologies.Dean Solon, founder and CEO of Shoals, added, "Shoals has been designing electrical BOS for the Array tracker for years, and we are looking forward to a fresh approach on system integration with Ron and the Array team. The synergy between our two companies is unprecedented. We have no doubt that the collaborative effort of our two teams will result in a BOS solution that will offer efficiencies never before seen in the solar market. We are excited to be able to participate in this arena and look forward to offering these electrical BOS solutions to current and future customers."Both Array Technologies and Shoals will have a prominent presence at the upcoming Intersolar North America ( http://www.intersolar.us/ en/home.html ) exhibition & conference in San Francisco. Array's DuraTrackHZ v3 solar tracker, a 2017 Intersolar AWARD finalist, will be on display at both the Shoals (#L9007) and Array Technologies (#9811) exhibition booths. Array CFO Bob Bellemare will speak about the company's tracker technology at 3:20 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11 and Dr. Mark Preston, VP of Engineering for Array will take the stage at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday to represent Array as an Intersolar AWARD finalist.Array Technologies, Inc. is the leading solar tracking solutions and services provider for utility-scale projects. Our streamlined tracker design enables efficient installation and high reliability. This combination delivers both the lowest installation cost and the best long-term returns. Through continuous innovation and engineered simplicity, Array's tracker solutions are optimized for construction and a multitude of terrains. The company has unparalleled experience, with more than 28 years in the industry and over 12,000 miles of trackers installed. Array Technologies is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM. For more information, please visit arraytechinc.com Shoals Technologies Group is a leading manufacturer of balance of systems solutions. Consistently providing customers with innovative designs and superior quality products has contributed to the company's exponential growth since its founding in 1996. With over 25 GW of BOS products deployed globally, Shoals maintains a diverse portfolio of solar balance of systems products, including, combiner/re-combiner boxes, disconnecting combiner boxes, custom harnessing solutions, junction boxes, wire, in-line fuses, racking and monitoring solutions.Antenna Group for Array TechnologiesKaty Poniatowski415.977.1922arraytechnologies@antennagroup.com


Patent
Array Technologies | Date: 2013-10-02

A mounting bracket assembly comprises a flexible body including at least one top member and a flexible angled bottom member connected to the top member. The flexible body defines a beam insertion aperture between the top member and the bottom member. The mounting bracket assembly further comprises at least one clamp attached to the top member. The mounting bracket assembly may further comprise a threaded rod running through the at least one top member and a clamping nut securing the threaded rod to the top member such that rotating the clamping nut compresses the top member and grounds an electricity generating device such as a photovoltaic module. The mounting bracket assembly may further comprise an integral grounding device disposed adjacent the top member to electrically ground the electricity generating device.


Patent
Array Technologies | Date: 2016-03-07

A mounting bracket assembly is provided in which a mounting bracket includes a first attachable bracket piece and a second attachable bracket piece, a first fastener, a second fastener, and a third fastener. Each attachable bracket piece has a top member and a bottom member connected to the top member at an angle. The first clamp is attached to the top member of the first attachable bracket piece by the first fastener. The second clamp is attached to the top member of the second attachable bracket piece by a second fastener. The third fastener secures the bottom member of the first attachable bracket piece to the bottom member of the second attachable bracket piece. The mounting bracket defines a beam insertion aperture between the top members and the bottom members. The mounting bracket assembly may include a first integral grounding device located adjacent the top member of the first attachable bracket piece or adjacent the top member of the second attachable bracket piece. The first integral grounding device is configured to electrically bond a frame of an electricity generating device to the mounting bracket assembly. The mounting bracket assembly may further include a second integral grounding device configured to electrically bond a torque tube to the mounting bracket assembly


Patent
Array Technologies | Date: 2011-03-30

The present invention relates to a method and apparatus for monitoring on a micro-array a PCR amplification of a nucleotide molecule being present in a solution. The method comprises the steps of: providing a support (15) having fixed upon its surface a microarray comprising at least a capture molecule (20) being immobilized in specifically localized areas (21) of said support and a reaction chamber (14) on; introducing a solution containing said nucleotide molecule into said reaction chamber (14) and reagents for nucleotide molecule amplification and labelling; submitted the solution to at least 2 thermal cycles having at least 2 and preferably 3 different temperature steps in order to obtain labelled target nucleotide molecule (13) by PCR amplification; performing at least a measurement of the labelled target nucleotide molecule in at least one thermal cycle by incubating said labelled target nucleotide molecule (13) under conditions allowing a specific binding between said target nucleotide molecule (13) and its corresponding capture molecule (20) and measuring the light emission (7) from the bound labelled target nucleotide molecule in response to excitation light (2) with said solution being present in the chamber and containing the labelled target nucleotide molecule (13), wherein the surface of emission for a localized area is comprised between about 0.1 m^(2) and about 75 mm ^(2), and; Processing the data obtained in at least one thermal cycle in order to detect and/or quantify the amount of nucleotide molecule present in the solution before the amplification.

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