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OMM to supply modules to China's ZTE.

OMM, Inc. (San Diego, CA, www.omminc.com), a provider of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based all-optical switching modules, has announced that ZTE Corp. (Shenzhen, China, www.zte.com.cn) has incorporated OMM's products into the optical cross connect (OXC) functionality of their UNITRANS metro telecommunications system.

Using OMM's MEMS-based switching modules, ZTE has developed and commercialized an all-optical cross connect as part of the UNITRANS ZXMP system for dynamic wavelength management in metropolitan area networks. The transparency provided by the OXC ensures switching of multiple data rates in dense wavelength division multiplexed (DWDM) optical networks.

"In the telecom market in China, we see all-optical cross connects becoming key elements for flexible metro DWDM systems," said Zhao Yong, product director for optical communications at ZTE "We chose OMM as our supplier because of their technology lead and proven manufacturing capability," he added.
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Title Annotation:Asia Watch
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Date:Jan 1, 2003
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