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Bookham Technology - Oclaro  Profile

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Bookham Technology - Oclaro  Company Overview

Bookham, Inc. is a leading developer, manufacturer, and provider of optical solutions. The company designs, manufactures and markets optical components, modules and subsystems used in a broad range of markets, including telecommunications, data communications, aerospace, industrial, consumer optics, semiconductor, sensing, scientific and defense. Founded in 1988, the company is based in San Jose, California.

In 2009, Bookham merged with Avanex Corporation to form Oclaro.

Bookham Technology - Oclaro  Products

The types of products manufactured by Bookham Technology - Oclaro include Transceivers, Transmitters and Network Lasers, Receivers, Amplifiers, Pumps, Subsystems, Mux/Demux & Filter Products, Display Optics, High Power Laser Diodes, Test & Measurement, Tunable Lasers, VCSELs, and New Focus Photonics Tools.

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