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Luminent OIC - Source Photonics  Profile

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Luminent OIC - Source Photonics  Company Overview

Founded in 1988, LuminentOIC is an established fiber optic component market leader providing comprehensive product portfolios in the fields of Metro Transceivers, FTTP/EFM Solutions, CWDM/DWDM Solutions, and Discrete Active Components.

In 2000, Luminent joined with Taiwan-based Optronics International Corporation (OIC) to form LuminentOIC, a wholly owned subsidiary of MRV Communications.

In August, 2007, Luminent Inc. and Fiberxon Inc. merged to form Source Photonics. Source Photonics supplies one of the world's largest Optical Transceiver product lines for use in Telecommunications Networks.

Luminent OIC - Source Photonics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Luminent OIC - Source Photonics include Metro Transceivers, CWDM/DWDM, FTTP/EFM Solutions, and Discrete Fiber Optics.

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