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Olympus Microsystems opens new offices in the USA
Ralf Jurrien : March 27th 2007 - 12:02 CET
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OlympusOlympus Microsystems opens new offices in the USA : Olympus Microsystems America, Inc., developer of MEMS-based wavelength selective switches for the optical communications industry, announced the move to new offices in the San Francisco, California, and Atlanta, Georgia, areas. The move resulted from the need to increase research and development, design, and prototyping facilities for its new lines of optical switching products. Headquarters for Olympus Microsystems America, Inc. operations are now located at 333 Twin Dolphin Road, Redwood City, CA, while the R&D Center has moved to 3139 Campus Drive, Norcross, GA. Volume manufacturing continues to take place at the Olympus MEMS and optical facilities in Japan.
Olympus Microsystems opens new offices in the USAOlympus Microsystems
“Olympus Microsystems America was established in April 2006 with the development of a wavelength selective switch for use in reconfigurable optical add drop multiplexer (ROADM) networks,” said Olympus Microsystems America, Inc. president Lawrence Wang. “The growth of our engineering and support staff and the ramp-up for our new products required newer and larger facilities to increase the efficiency of our operation. We are excited to have found such excellent locations.”

About Olympus Microsystems America
Olympus Microsystems America, Inc. delivers MEMS-based optical components and subsystems for the optical communications marketplace that include wavelength selective switches for ROADMs. Olympus quality and precision manufacturing combine for a dependable source for high volume manufacturing. Based in Redwood City, California, Olympus Microsystems America, Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of Olympus Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.

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