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Optium Corporation - Finisar  Profile

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Optium Corporation - Finisar  Company Overview

Optium Corporation is the premier fiber optic sub-system manufacturer of high performance 10 Gb/s (OC-192) transponders and is fast becoming the supplier of choice for analog wide band and CATV transmission equipment.

Optium Corporation merged with Finisar Corporation in August, 2008.

Optium Corporation - Finisar  Products

The types of products manufactured by Optium Corporation - Finisar include Dynamic Wavelength Processor, Transponders, RF Over Fibers, and CATV Transmitters.

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