Aeroflex announces new fiber optic assemblies for advanced OC-48 and OC-192 receivers

Jan. 2, 2001
Aeroflex Incorporated has been awarded contracts totaling over $12 million from two fiber optic module manufacturers.

Aeroflex Incorporated (NASDAQ Symbol: ARXX), a designer, developer and manufacturer of microelectronics and automated testing solutions for the broadband communications market, announced that it has been awarded contracts totaling over $12 million from two leading, yet undisclosed, fiber optic module manufacturers.

The new orders are for microelectronic thin film assemblies utilized in advanced OC-48 and OC-192 receivers, transmitters and lithium niobate modulators. Deliveries are to commence immediately and be completed within the next nine months.

Aeroflex Incorporated, through its subsidiaries, designs, develops and manufactures microelectronic module, integrated circuit, interconnect and testing solutions used in broadband communication applications. Additional information concerning Aeroflex can be found on the company's website:

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