| JULY 14-16, 2014



Optical components include lasers, splitters, multiplexers, switches, photodetectors and other receiver types, silicon optical benches, and other building blocks of fiber optic communications modules, line cards, and systems. You’ll find new product announcements and tutorial information on this page.


Fox Electronics offers LVDS version of XpressO-ULTRA oscillator

Fox Electronics, an IDT company, says it now offers an LVDS version of its XpressO-ULTRA osc...

Lightwave Logic licenses Corning organic electro-optical materials technology

Bookham founder resurfaces at Rockley Photonics

Dr. Andrew Rickman, who previously founded Bookham Technology in the UK – now Oclaro, Inc. (...

DiCon Fiberoptics offers MEMS network tunable filter for 100-GHz applications

DiCon Fiberoptics Inc. has unveiled a compact 100-GHz network tunable filter able to select ...

EMCORE releases DOCSIS 3.1 laser module

EMCORE Corp. (NASDAQ: EMKR) has released the 1752A 1550-nm DOCSIS 3.1 DWDM distributed feedb...

Fibercore unveils polarization maintaining fibers at OFC 2014

UK specialty fiber developer Fibercore has launched two additions to its Telecoms PM Fiber l...

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MAOM-003404 is a quad channel 32 Gbps differential modulator driver IC

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Stephen Hardy

by Stephen Hardy
Editorial Director and Associate Publisher, Lightwave

OFC 2014 Reporter's Notebook - Day 3

Sun Mar 16 22:15:00 CDT 2014
All right, so I didn't really write this on the third day of the show. But here's what happened that day. We'll start with what I teased in the pre...

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Jim Theodoras

by Jim Theodoras
ADVA Optical Networking

The security of networks and the role optical can play in it

Wed Apr 02 15:04:00 CDT 2014
Fiber optics has traditionally been viewed as a more secure way to transmit information than other alternatives. Copper wire can be tapped or monitored for electromagnetic emissions, and wireless can be intercepted rather easily. So it was somewhat surprising when recent revelations in the press revealed wide-scale tapping of fiber-optic trunk lines between data centers. It turns out tapping fiber is muc...

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