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MRV Communications  Profile

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MRV Communications  Company Overview

MRV Communications was founded in 1988 as a semiconductor optical transmission company (this business segment is now operated as Luminent OIC, a wholly-owned subsidiary company). In 1993, MRV introduced its first networking products under the name NBase. Following ten strategic acquisitions and the merger with Luminent to form what is now the Luminent OIC subsidiary, MRV Communications provides a completely integrated, secure, end-to-end solution from optical transport, Ethernet aggregation and remote presence management to network management.

MRV Communications  Products

The types of products manufactured by MRV Communications include Media Converters, Fiber Optimizers & Repeaters, Cross-Connects, WDM, Optical Transport, Pluggables, Free Space Optics, Ethernet / IP / MPLS Solutions, Ethernet Access, Out-of-band Console & Remote Power Management, Network Management, and Modular Switches & Routers.

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