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bcpl   5/6/2014 2:38:31 PM
This line was taken out of context from the March 2014 investor presentation. It refers to the Si industry in general rather than POET. "The company’s final CMOS Si geometry at 10/11 nm is under development now and expected to go into production in 2015. The company’s final CMOS Si geometry at 10/11 nm is under development now and expected to go into production in 2015."

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Another verse?
rick merritt   5/6/2014 2:41:53 PM
I'd love to hear more details about what this technology is, how it works and who is this "third-party international defense services company" helping validate it.

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Re: Another verse?
beginagain   5/6/2014 3:01:39 PM
The defense company partner for Poet is BAE Systems.  More information is available in the company's 20-F filing with the SEC at http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1437424/000110465914004357/a13-25081_120fr12g.htm

See bottom half of page 18

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Article contains an incorrect statement
Stephane_Gagnon_POET   5/6/2014 7:15:16 PM
My name is Stephane Gagnon and I am the Senior Vice President of Operations for POET Technologies. In the article, there is a sentence that is incorrect: "The company's final CMOS Si geometry at 10/11 nm is under development now and expected to go into production in 2015."

This statement was taken from our public corporate presentation and refers to Silicon CMOS as a comparison to POET Technology and what we offer. POET Technology is not developping Silicon CMOS but a III-V Semiconductor process technology that will provide significant performance and power advantages over Silicon CMOS and provide a true opto-electrical process on the same die.

Our corporate presentation can be found on our web site at www.poet-technologies.com

Best regards,



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Re: Article contains an incorrect statement
JanineLove   5/7/2014 9:34:33 AM
The article has been updated to remove this error. Thanks very much for clarifying this.

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