Qusion starts production of advanced Indium Phosphide-based fiber optics modules with AIXTRON MOCVD reactor

Jan. 8, 2001
AIXTRON announces that Qusion, a Princeton, New Jersey start-up specializing in monolithic integration of optical components, recently ordered the AIX 2400G3 MOCVD system for growth of laser materials and other modules for fiber optic systems based on Indium Phosphide materials.

AIXTRON announces that Qusion, a Princeton, New Jersey start-up specializing in monolithic integration of optical components, recently ordered the AIX 2400G3 MOCVD system for growth of laser materials and other modules for fiber optic systems based on Indium Phosphide materials.

Qusion aims to integrate into one device all of today�s separate components necessary for use in 40-Gbit/s optical network systems. Indium Phosphide-based materials typically have advantages over traditional materials in both passive and active optoelectronic devices.

Qusion�s first advanced optical module incorporating optical switches and modulators will be available in the beginning of 2001 with more integrated modules to follow.

About AIXTRON:

AIXTRON provides an extensive service and support network for maintenance as well as upgrading of its systems. AIXTRON is active in advancing MOCVD technology through collaborations and joint R&D projects.

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