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Last $20.50 USD
Change Today +0.08 / 0.39%
Volume 93.2K
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275 Gibraltar Drive

Sunnyvale, CA 94089

United States

Phone: 408-736-6900

Fax: 408-736-4882

ased WSS and ROADMs. The company’s fiber array products are targeted at the highest precision and reliability requirements in the communications market. Optical Passive Products The company’s filter-based products serve WDM and DWDM systems as core passive elements that direct and manage various optical signal channels. The company’s optical passive product devices serve various system original equipment manufacturer customers’ needs for current and next generation network equipment. Filter WDMs: The company’s thin film filter based WDMs are used to combine and separate optical signals. The company’s filter-based products allow for higher isolation and narrower wavelength separations than fused fiber technology. The company’s filter WDMs are designed for a range of network applications, including combining active and passive components and wavelength monitoring, splitting and separating tasks. DWDMs: DWDMs are integrated optical modules that combine, or multiplex, and separate, or demultiplex, multiple optical signals of different wavelengths on a single fiber. The company utilizes proprietary thin film technology in the development and manufacture of its DWDM products. CWDMs: CWDMs are integrated optical modules that multiplex or demultiplex multiple optical signals of different wavelengths on a single fiber. The company’s CWDM product separate wavelength into 20 nanometers, or spacing to cover the complete fiber optical communication spectrum from 1270 nm to 1610 nm. The company’s CWDM product covers 4 channel, 8 channel, and 16 channel mux and demux applications, and upgradeability for both 4 channel and 8 channel types. The company also offers optical add-drop modules for CWDM networks, with the capability of adding or dropping from 1 to 15 channels. In addition to the CWDM mux, demux and optical add/drop modules, the company offers complete rackmount CWDM solutions to customers so they could mount its CWDM products directly on their system rack. Compact CWDMs (CCWDMs): CCWDMs are integrated optical modules that are designed to improve optical performance, while reducing manufacturing costs, in a package approximately 1/4 the size of conventional CWDM modules. The company’s CCWDMs feature high wavelength accuracy and stability, low insertion loss, high isolation, low polarization dependent loss and an epoxy-free optical path. Add/Drop DWDM Filters: Add/drop DWDM filter products are used to insert or extract specific wavelengths in a DWDM system. The company’s 200 GHz, 100 GHz and 50 GHz add/drop components use high performance filter technology and operate with very little optical power loss to provide high channel separation and high stability. Optical Isolators: These devices use polarization rotation to block return signals from the forward optical path. They limit distortions in devices and signals caused by reflected lights in the fiber. Optical Bypass Switches: These devices utilize beam shifting optics or mirror to switch optical signals from one fiber to another in response to a control signal provided electronically. Optical switches are used in test equipment for basic functionality and in networks to provide protection and redundancy. Automatic Variable Optical Attenuators: Automatic variable optical attenuators are designed to control the optical power in a fiber. They are combined with an active system component to maintain optical power on a network even if the input signal is changing power. The company’s automatic variable optical attenuators are primarily designed for application in DWDM networks for use with individual channel source elements, such as add/drop transmitters. Customers The company sells its products to communications equipment manufacturers that incorporate its products into their systems that they in turn sell to network service providers. In certain cases, the company sells its products to other component manufacturers for resale or inclusion in their products. In the year ended December 31, 2014, the company sold its products to approximately 200 customers. Sales and Marketing The company’s direct sales force markets and sells its product

 

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