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Tuesday 6th March 2012
OneChip has also appointed compound semiconductor industry expert, Dan Meerovich, as Vice President of Global Manufacturing Operations
Tuesday 6th March 2012
Cable&Wireless Worldwide will deploy Infinera's 500 Gb/s super-channels, which employ indium phosphide technology, on one of the most advanced and reliable fibre optic networks in the region
Monday 5th March 2012
The company will host the first public demonstration of its 2 Tb/s small form factor DTN-X indium phosphide based platform
Wednesday 22nd February 2012
Todd Hanson has joined indium phosphide PIC innovator Infinera as the vice president of Global Professional Services
Wednesday 1st February 2012
The firms will attempt to accelerate the mass transition of indium phosphide optical modules into 100GbE products for cloud, data centre and 100G transport applications
Tuesday 24th January 2012
The firm will discuss its indium phosphide PICs used in the telecom industry at SPIE Photonics West 2012
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Monday 16th January 2012
Infinera's indium phosphide PICs will simplify optical transport for triple play, mobile backhaul, high-speed Internet and business broadband services
Friday 30th December 2011
In Q3 2011, the indium phosphide PIC provider achieved number three position worldwide in the terrestrial long haul WDM transport and ROADM market
Thursday 22nd December 2011
The co-founder of the indium phosphide based telecoms company will continue to support Infinera as a technical advisor
Sunday 18th December 2011
The Ithaca-based manufacturer of lasers and monolithically integrated optoelectronic components is accelerating laser growth
Friday 25th November 2011
The firm is responding to increased demand for its narrow linewidth tuneable lasers for coherent DWDM systems used in high speed 40 and 100 Gbps coherent systems.
Thursday 24th November 2011
Integration of multiple optical functionalities on a single chip is now a principal direction for industry growth and development in optics and photonics.
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Tuesday 8th November 2011
At the Core Partner Convention, the firm was honoured for its modules for high speed 40G and 100G systems.
Monday 7th November 2011
The firms have successfully completed, what they say, is the world's first Terabit optical transmission based on 500 Gigabit per second (Gb/s) super-channels using indium phosphide based devices.
Friday 28th October 2011
The firm's indium phosphide optical networks will be deployed statewide and should increase competitiveness for businesses in Maryland.
Thursday 13th October 2011
The US-based provider of digital optical communications systems has successfully used its DTN platform, which feature indium phosphide PICs, to complete the world's first transpacific 100 Gigabit subsea trial.
Wednesday 21st September 2011
Infinera will use the new reactor to manufacture indium phosphide based photonic integrated circuits for the telecoms sector.
Friday 16th September 2011
The indium phosphide based DTN-X platform addresses global service provider demands for scalable, simple and efficient next-generation optical networks.
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Tuesday 23rd August 2011
The facility in Hong Kong is aimed at demonstrating the firm's indium phosphide digital optical network innovation as Infinera expands in the APAC.
Tuesday 9th August 2011
The indium aluminium gallium arsenide / indium phosphide microlasers have achieved continuous-wave (CW) electrically injecting single-mode-operation at room temperature.
Tuesday 2nd August 2011
SEACOM, a leading pan-African telecommunications provider, has used Infinera's indium phosphide PICs to achieve what both firms believe is the first ever 500Gb/s successful trial in Africa.
Thursday 21st July 2011
The new 10X10 MSA compliant module is enabled by photonic integrated architecture and is claimed to slash costs and power by 50%.
Thursday 16th June 2011
The company is responding to increased demand for volume shipments of high-speed coherent fibre optic transport systems.
Friday 10th June 2011
In its collaboration with Interoute, Infinera which uses indium phosphide technology in its PICs, won the award for its contribution to high capacity European networks.

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