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posted in July 2001
Alcatel back on acquisition trail with Kymata purchase
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7/30/2001   Post a comment
Alcatel Optronics has strengthened its line up for passive optical components through the acquisition of Livingston, Scotland based Kymata in an all share deal valued at Euros134m (#82m)
Clare, Analog Devices to integrate high-voltage circuits on MEMS devices
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7/27/2001   Post a comment
BEVERLY, Mass. -- Clare Inc. here today announced a development partnership with Analog Devices Inc. to create high-voltage IC technology for fiber optical networks that use integrated microelectromechanical systems (iMEMS).
JDS reports $51bn loss and another wave of job cuts
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7/27/2001   Post a comment
JDS Uniphase, the San Jose-based optical components company, reported a $51bn loss for its full-year and announced 7000 more job cuts.
Optical Filter and Laser Applications using Micro Ring Resonators
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7/25/2001   Post a comment
Dominik Rabus and Michael Hamacher examine the characteristic responses of single and double MMI-coupled GaInAsP/InP micro-ring resonators. Specifically, the article explores these resonators configured as racetracks with radii of 100- and 200 microns and a FSR of 100- and 50-GHz, respectively.
Intel backing for Swiss MEMS venture
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7/18/2001   Post a comment
Intel's venture capital arm has joined a $12m funding round for a Swiss MEMS spin-off.
All-optical atomic clock could tell precise time
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7/13/2001   Post a comment
A team of researchers at the University of Colorado has developed an all-optical atomic clock that could be more precise than the current microwave atomic clocks.
STMicro and Onix to collaborate on optical devices
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7/12/2001   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics and Onix Microsystems Inc announced that the two companies have signed an agreement to co-develop and manufacture chipsets containing micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) devices and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) for use in Onix's Transport Optical Switching Engine
Agilent Technologies details 40Gbit fibre optics technology at conference
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7/11/2001   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies has introduced two new 43G Bit Error Ratio (BER) test systems, supporting the emerging 40Gb/s technology at the 17th National Fibre Optic Engineers Conference (NFOEC), currently being held in Baltimore (Maryland, US)
Optical MEMS viewed as bandwidth solution
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7/10/2001   Post a comment
Network system designers are showing a keen interest in using microelectromechanical systems for moving into the terahertz realm
Photonics firm picks up shut Scottish cleanroom
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7/3/2001   Post a comment
Scottish optoelectronics specialist Intense Photonics has bought its own cleanroom, picking up the facility in Hamilton that DuPont Photomasks decided to close two months ago.


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