StressSelene, a software design tool, addresses mechanical stress problems for planar-based opto-electronic integrated circuits.

March 20, 2001

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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Kymata Ltd., a technology leader providing next-generation integrated optical devices, today announced the addition of StressSeleneT to its planar design and simulation tools portfolio. StressSelene, a new software design tool addresses today's mechanical stress problems for planar-based opto-electronic integrated circuits. Mechanical stress can influence or distort the optical behavior of passive and integrated optical components. Mechanical stress is critical to detect when designing devices with low polarization dependency losses (PDL).

Kymata's new design tool compliments its existing portfolio of world-class software products, including PrometheusT, TempSeleneT, and ScriptWindowT. They provide a complete design environment ranging from the simplest to the most advanced designs. The software products improve functionality, productivity and efficiency in all aspects of design and simulation of planar-based integrated optics.

"We provide a high level of freedom to the optical designer who requires tools for designing real world devices to meet customer requirements," said Dr. Martin Amersfoort for Kymata. "Our customers selected us because of our high level of expertise and more specifically, our knowledge in planar design and integrated optical devices."

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