DenseLight Semiconductors opens U.S. office

March 17, 2003--DenseLight Semiconductors, a Singapore-based provider of Indium Phosphide (InP) photonics products is announcing its incorporation in the United States and the opening of an office in Campbell, California.

March 17, 2003--DenseLight Semiconductors, a Singapore-based provider of Indium Phosphide (InP) photonics products is announcing its incorporation in the United States and the opening of an office in Campbell, California.

Bill Diamond, chief executive officer, will direct U.S. operations out of this new location. In spite of a struggling communications and broader technology sector, the North American market still represents the greatest opportunity for growth, according to Diamond.

The U.S. office will allow DenseLight to better serve its significant customer base in North American and Europe. With Sunil Phatak, vice president of technical marketing already based in the eastern United States, DenseLight now has a direct market presence on both U.S. coasts as well as in Asia.

DenseLight Semiconductors is a developer and manufacturer of InP-based active optoelectronic chips and photonic integrated circuits for telecommunications, data communications, defense, and instrumentation applications. The company's quantum-well-intermixing based technology enables the integration of multiple optical functions to provide compact, low-cost, and high-performance optical components.


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