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FiberLead launches high-precision optical fiber arrays, which it will show at OFC
March 13, 2002
SOLON, Ohio -- FiberLead, Inc., a microsystems technology company, announcedtoday the availability of its optical fiber array product line. FiberLead’shigh density optical fiber arrays are used to transport photonic signals inand out of MEMS devices to allow for optical communication, sensing oractuation. Optical communication in place of electronic provides forincreased speed and efficiency and enables remote sensing.The transport of light to and from MEMS devices requires the precisealignment of fibers. FiberLead has leveraged its extensive expertise insilicon microfabrication and automation to be able to offer scalable, highprecision optical fiber arrays that can meet demanding performancerequirements cost-effectively. FiberLead’s optical fiber arrays are ofbenefit to a number of microsystems applications, including optical switchfabrics, VCSEL’s, MEMS sensors and actuators, and fiberscopes, among others.Andrea Leppart, Vice President of Business Development, stated, “We believeour proprietary technology platform allows for performance and cost benefitsunmatched by what is currently available on the market. Our approachprovides an innovative platform for micro-optics integration and extends thebenefits of optical communication to a wide range of microsystemsapplications.” FiberLead will be exhibiting at the Optical FiberCommunications Conference (OFC 2002) in Anaheim, CA, March 19-21, 2002,Booth 889.FiberLead Inc.For more information on OFC 2002, please visit: www.nottheofc.com
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