Migvan Technologies agrees to distribute Modulight's optoelectronic epiwafers, OE chips, and packaged laser components in Israel

January 22, 2004

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TAMPERE, Finland -- Modulight, Inc. (Tampere, Finland) and Migvan Technologies & Engineering (Tel Aviv, Israel) signed today a representative agreement, which enables immediate availability of Modulight’s products into Israeli market.

Modulight offers optoelectronic (OE) epiwafers, OE chips (lasers) and packaged laser components such as TO-cans and fiber pigtailed laser modules. Customized laser chips and foundry services are supporting well Modulight’s broad product and service portfolio. Modulight’s Fabry-Pérot and DFB laser dies, from lower speeds up to 10Gb/s, are available as standard products in volumes, but can be also customized, based on customer requests.

Modulight works in close cooperation with customers, offering them high product performance, cost-efficiency, covering measurement capability, full technical support and volume production capability.

Dr. Petteri Uusimaa, President of Modulight says: “There is a clear match between our laser products and Israeli market concentration on specific areas of optical communications. For example, our fiber pigtailed laser modules can be used in various ways in telecommunication systems. Our company has good expertise in customizing and tuning these lasers for various applications including space, military and medical applications. Agility and fast response time are our strengths in these cases. The opportunity to collaborate with Migvan – one of the leading importing companies in Israel – seems to be very a attractive way to enter Israeli market directly.”

Mr. Ori Kaplan, Managing Director of Migvan: “Migvan is pleased to have the opportunity to introduce Modulight's product line to the Israeli market. We are excited about these high quality, custom-made products and are confident that they will be welcomed by our customers. This is the perfect time to begin promoting Modulight’s products, as our hi-tech market (including telecom, medical, military, etc.) is on the upswing. "Migvan" will be able to customize the Modulight products to fit each of our customers' particular, sophisticated needs. We anticipate and look forward to developing a long-term, mutually fruitful relationship between Modulight and the Israeli market.”

Modulight Inc.

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