Optical Communications

NeoPhotonics Opens Sales and R&D Office in Moscow

NeoPhotonics Corporation announced the opening of a Sales and R&D office in Moscow and servicing the Russian Federation and the broader eastern European market.The company is a leading designer and manufacturer of photonic integrated circuit, or PIC, based optoelectronic modules and subsystems for bandwidth-intensive, high speed communications networks. Tim Jenks, …

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Mitsubishi Electric to Launch 40Gbps Driver-In EML-TOSA Compliant with Miniature Device Multi-Source Agreement

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Tokyo, Japan announced today that it will begin shipping a compact 40Gbps Electro-absorption Modulator with Laser diode-Transmitter Optical Sub Assembly (EML-TOSA) for optical transmissions on June 1. As of March 1, the FU-695REA became the world’s first EML-TOSA to comply with the 40Gbps Miniature Device Multi-Source …

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Infinera's DTN-X Solution Deployed for the Delivery of 100Gb/s Services Across Mediterranean

Infinera, a provider of digital optical networks based in Sunnyvale, California USA, and Telecom Italia Sparkle Group, announced the MedNautilus’ deployment of the Infinera DTN-X platform across the Mediterranean to increase capacity up to 100Gb/s international connectivity services. MedNautilus, the Mediterranean operations of the Telecom Italia Sparkle Group, operates the …

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NeoPhotonics Agrees to Acquire Lapis Semiconductor

NeoPhotonics Corporation of San Jose, California USA, announced that it has agreed to acquire the semiconductor optical components business unit (OCU) of LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd. LAPIS Semiconductor is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ROHM Co. Ltd. OCU is to be acquired by NeoPhotonics Semiconductor GK, a Japanese subsidiary of NeoPhotonics. …

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