CENiX Inc., a designer and automated manufacturer of next generation high-speed optoelectronic interfaces, announced it has opened its 43,600 square-foot automated assembly, development and research facility at 7360 Windsor Drive, in Allentown, Pa.
The facility, which will also serve as the company's headquarters, is equipped with optoelectronic assembly and test facilities, laboratories and administrative offices. Construction of the new facility began in December 2000. The building was designed to meet the environmental and infrastructure needs of robotic optoelectronic assembly and test.
The company expects to expand employment at the facility. Since its formation in July 2000, CENiX has introduced high-speed optoelectronic interfaces and has grown to 90 employees, with 25 product development and marketing personnel located at its design center in Irvine, Calif.
The facility, designed to accommodate expansion, was completed on time and on budget.
About CENiX Inc.:
CENiX was established in July 2000 to design and manufacture the next generation integrated optical subsystems to satisfy bandwidth requirements of the Internet age. For more information, visit www.cenixinc.com.