MergeOptics GmbH was founded in Germany, in September 2000 and develops highly integrated components and modules for the rapidly growing optical communication market.
The company integrates optical components (lasers, modulators and photo diodes) with high-frequency electrical circuits to create compact modules that operate with industry standard optical and electrical interfaces.
MergeOptics' business objective is to specialize in high-speed optical products that are world-class for both integration and performance.
MergeOptics has partnerships with several leading German universities and research facilities, including the prestigious Heinrich-Hertz-Institute in Berlin, Germany.
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