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OpNext - Oclaro  Profile

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OpNext - Oclaro  Company Overview

Opnext, Inc. is a new company with a long history. Formed from the resources of the Fiber Optic Components Business Unit at Hitachi Ltd., Opnext was established in September 2000. Funded by the Clarity Group, Opnext builds on three decades of advanced Hitachi technology and an admirable history in the field of optical components. The company enjoys the full support of Hitachi's fiber optic R&D efforts from its Central Research Laboratory (CRL), Mechanical Engineering Research Laboratory (MERL), and Production Engineering Research Laboratory (PERL).

Opnext merged with Oclaro Inc. in July, 2012, and the combined company now uses the Oclaro name.

OpNext - Oclaro  Products

The types of products manufactured by OpNext - Oclaro include Optical Communication Devices, Red /Infrared Laser Diodes, and Infrared LEDs.

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