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Browave, which supplies active and passive devices, modules and sub-systems used in fiber-optic communication, expects its sales momentum to continue in 2017 thanks to the establishment of FTTx broadband networks in South America and demand from the datacenter segment.

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Collaboration to include laser development, automation, manufacturing and simulation for defense applications. The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, has signed a strategic framework agreement with multinational defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems, to “strengthen a long-term relationship in research, education and consultancy.

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Infinera has announced its first major metro product upgrade since it acquired Transmode in 2015. The XTM II platforms use CFP2-DCO pluggable modules for the line-side optics, not Infinera’s photonic integrated circuit (PIC) technology. Infinera’s XTM II achieves new levels of power efficiency by adopting CFP2-DCO pluggables and a distributed switch architecture.

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AT&T, Verizon and Sprint move forward with their wireless densification plans and 5G preparation, wireline wholesale providers see an opportunity to further monetize their fiber networks. But these opportunities are coupled with a new reality of hard-nosed negotiations on what wireless operators are willing to pay for dark and lit fiber facilities.

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Optoscribe, which makes glass-based integrated photonics components, has closed £1.8 million ($2.3 million) in Series B funding. Scottish business angel investment syndicate Archangels led the round, joined by existing investors Par Equity, Scottish Investment Bank, and the Optoscribe management team. The company plans to use the cash infusion for expansion and product supply purposes.

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Company will double R&D spending to target growth opportunities in consumer markets and outpace new entrants in thermal detection

ULIS, a manufacturer of innovative thermal sensors, announces the company will again significantly increase its R&D spending for 2017 to reach €15M ($16.8M). This investment marks the company’s strong growth and market leadership progression over the last 15 years. ULIS generated €61.5M ($69.3M) in sales in 2016, a rise of nearly 30% compared to 2015.

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