33,000 square-foot facility to manufacture integrated optical components on up to four-inch wafers

December 18, 2000

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PRINCETON, N.J. -- Qusion Technologies, a new telecom component manufacturer aiming at monolithic integration of all optical components on a single chip, announced today the opening of a new 33,000 square feet facility in South Brunswick, New Jersey. The integrated modules produced in Qusion's new state of the art facility will increase network speed and dramatically reduce integration and management costs for system developers.

"This new facility symbolizes company growth and our capability to deliver a product that will lower integration costs to our clients," says Fred Rappaport, CEO of Qusion Technologies. "We are now able to go from research and labs to the real world of manufacture and supply. We have the production space and the best equipment available to manufacture our first line of advanced modules in a state of the art facility."


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