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ColorChip Enhances Splitter Family

Enhancements include smaller Ion-Exchange PLC (Planar Lightwave Circuit) optical splitters

March 7, 2005

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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- ColorChip, a leading developer of breakthrough technology for the fiber optics industry, today announced enhancements to its optical splitter product family. The enhancements include a significant reduction in the physical dimensions of its high performance, Ion-Exchange PLC (Planar Lightwave Circuit) Optical Splitters. ColorChip's optical splitters will be on display in the company's booth, #1277 at the OFC/NFOEC Conference in Anaheim, CA, March 8-10.

Designed for FTTx, CATV, analog and digital PONs markets, ColorChip's splitters are based on the company's breakthrough Ion-Exchange process, which forms planar structures of circular-shaped waveguides on glass. This unique technology assures the highest reliability and best performance in the market, even in the most challenging conditions. The superiority of these splitters is especially noticeable in projects where high splitting ratios are used. ColorChip will be releasing 1x4, 1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters in the smaller size.

"ColorChip continues to enhance its optical splitters through further innovation," said Moshe Price, ColorChip CEO. "The increased reduction in the size of these already very small splitters will bring economic benefits to a broad range of existing and future products, for use wherever small footprints are critical."


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