Peleton unveils multi-wavelength laser source and an optical channel controller

February 23, 2005

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OTTAWA -- Peleton, a privately held developer and manufacturer of multi-wavelength lasers for applications in optical test and measurement, networking and photonic sensing, today unveiled its flagship product, the TM3100C multi-wavelength laser source. Peleton also announced the QTM100C optical channel controller, a companion module to the TM3100C. The products are designed for use in the test and measurement of advanced optical networking equipment.

"This first product based on our patented technology represents a landmark shift from the status quo, providing optical companies with multi-wavelength test capabilities at a previously unthinkable size and cost," said Andrew Wolff, president and CEO, Peleton. "The feedback from our early customers has been extremely positive, and we are looking forward to achieving great success in the test and measurement sector with our TM3100C while continuing to develop further products for our target markets."

The TM3100C is an innovative laser source that generates 40 wavelengths simultaneously on a single output fiber. All of the wavelengths produced by the TM3100C are internally locked to the IUT-T grid at a variety of channel spacings. The size of an industry-standard 2U rack, the TM3100C enables realistic DWDM measurements and lowers overall multi-wavelength test costs.

Peleton Photonic Systems

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