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Tuesday 10th September 2013
The firm's new indium phosphide laser technology helps overcome cost, yield and performance barriers associated with sources for silicon photonics
Tuesday 10th September 2013
The firm has accomplished this with its indium phosphide (InP) based Super-Channel SD-FEC
Tuesday 20th August 2013
The indium phosphide based Instant Bandwidth feature allows the deployment of 100G services. Infinera's solutions also shorten provisioning times, accelerate service delivery and reduce time to revenue
Tuesday 25th June 2013
The firm's InP (indium phosphide) technology based PICs were named
Tuesday 18th June 2013
The firm's indium phosphide (InP) devices have shown that reliability is critical as operators leverage PICs for cost-effective super-channel solutions to scale Intelligent Transport Networks
Thursday 13th June 2013
The company is launching an intelligent based transport network to aid its indium phosphide (InP) based PIC customers
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Monday 20th May 2013
The firm's expansion targets high-speed indium phosphide Core network applications across Russia and Eastern Europe
Thursday 16th May 2013
The firm's indium phosphide (InP) DTN-X 500G platform will enable BICS to deploy networks in days and services in minutes and lower operational costs
Thursday 16th May 2013
Agder is deploying the Infinera's DTN and ATN InP PICs in Scandinavia
Wednesday 17th April 2013
Using its indium phosphide PIC technology, the firm has deployed its DTN-X technology under water
Tuesday 2nd April 2013
The indium phosphide expert is adding capabilities for data rates of 100G and above and will expand its PIC integration. The acquisition will also strengthen the firm's profile in Japan and provide entry in to the high speed IC market
Thursday 21st March 2013
The indium phosphide based telecom provider is now offering a hardware acceleration chip that enables recovery from multiple-failures in less than 50 milliseconds
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Monday 18th March 2013
The firm's new micro-ITLA is designed to offer improved performance for next generation coherent networks for 100 Gbps and beyond
Friday 15th March 2013
Platform enables cost-effective R&D of silicon photonic ICs for high-performance optical transceivers
Friday 15th March 2013
VICR, which incorporates InP (indium phosphide), is designed to improve signal-to-noise ratio and increase coincident channel count in 100G coherent systems
Thursday 14th March 2013
Foundry Global Communication Semiconductors will provide the Canadian based firm with a complete range of indium phosphide wafer processing services. OneChip will also use IQE's epitaxial growth services to produce its InP PICs for the data centre interconnect and passive optical network markets
Wednesday 13th March 2013
The firm's fully integrated indium phosphide devices prevent the complicated steps required by CMOS silicon and VCSEL processess
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Tuesday 5th March 2013
The firm will show how its indium phoshide based platform, which enables integrated OTN switching and intelligent networking, can lower total cost of ownership for cable operators
Monday 4th March 2013
The firm's InP (indium phosphide) based DTN-X platform will provide links between Italy, Greece, Turkey, Israel and Cyprus
Tuesday 19th February 2013
The firm used its indium phospide based DTN-X platform and worked with FSUE ZNIIS to perform the super-channel trial
Friday 1st February 2013
The InP (indium phosphide) based devices are being deployed for the Integration of network elements
Monday 28th January 2013
The InP (indium phosphide) based devices will be used by the largest web hosting company in Europe

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