Luxcore Raises $10m First Round

Startup, previously called Synchordia, is developing an all-optical switch

July 31, 2000

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Luxcore, a developer of optical internetworking systems, today announced at OptiCon 2000 that it has secured $10 million in first-round funding from investors including Metropolis Venture Partners and Delta Asset Management. The company, formerly Synchordia Networks, also unveiled its new name and logo at the trade show.

Incorporated in July of 1999, Luxcore is revolutionizing the world's communications networks by defining and delivering optical internetworking systems based on new photonic routing and switching technology. The company's vision of the all-optical Internet will eliminate the need for electrical regeneration of optical signals, ensuring the fastest, most reliable communications across metro and backbone networks.

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