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Corona Shows OptoCube

Corona Optical Systems to showcase parallel optical chip at OFC in Anaheim, CA

March 14, 2002

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LOMBARD, Ill. -- Corona Optical Systems, Inc., an innovative producer of high-speed optoelectronic components and subsystems, today announces it will showcase its OptoCube™ 40 parallel optical transmitters and receivers at the OFC (Optical Fiber Communication) Conference & Exhibit in Anaheim, California, March 19-21. At OFC Corona will also unveil plans for additional OptoCube™ products, which include devices running at 5 Gb/s channel speeds and 10 Gb/s channel speeds. Corona began shipping its OptoCube™ 40 modules early this year and is currently accepting orders. Corona welcomes all visitors to come see them at booth # 1994.The OptoCube™ 40 modules feature channel speeds of up to 3.35 Gb/s across 12 channels for a total throughput of 40 Gb/s. Measuring just 13mm x 13mm, (approx. the diameter of a dime) the devices provide maximum density in the industry's smallest package. This affords substantial savings in board space, thermal budget and power consumption. Because of their similarity to semiconductor chips, Corona's devices offer numerous manufacturing advantages over other optoelectronic components. They are designed to support pick-and-place surface mounting, solder re-flow attach, aqueous wash compatibility and external heat sinks.Corona Optical Systems Inc.For more information on OFC 2002, please visit: www.nottheofc.com

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