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The key technologies and equipment to be used include the world-class Optical Amplifier Module final assembly equipment, Automatic Test Equipment (ATE), Hydraulic Test Equipment, a Hermeticity Verification system, and a full set of tools for repeater and branching unit integration.
The development of Raman optical amplifier modules marks the latest step in MRV's mission to provide carrier-class solutions for ultra long-haul networks," said Noam Lotan, MRV's president and CEO.
It comprises an important addition to RED-C portfolio of high end optical amplifier modules and subsystems, which together provide our customers with the building blocks necessary for building future, reconfigurable dynamic networks.
The acquisition will accelerate Nortel Networks ability to integrate this technology and associated intellectual property into its high-value optical amplifier modules used to boost and amplify light in dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) networks.
Corning is also aggressively adding capacity in optical amplifier modules and optical fiber to meet dramatically increasing customer demand.
com's subscriber base was JDS Uniphase Corporation (NASDAQ: JDSU), which announced that it has extended through December, 2001, a multi-year contract with Lucent Technologies for the supply of advanced optical amplifier modules for Lucent's WaveStar(TM) OLS 400G optical networking system.
JDS Uniphase has used its state-of-the-art amplifier technology and world-class fiberoptic engineering to develop an optical amplifier module able to meet the stringent performance specifications required for Lucent's optical networking system.
This family of optical amplifier modules that have been designed by Corning and will be incorporated into Nortel Networks OPTera 1600G amplification systems, will allow network operators to incrementally expand the capacity of the system from 10 channels up to 160 channels (1.