Sagitta was founded in 1997 and provides advanced, high-productivity manufacturing equipment solutions to the global fiber optics and semiconductor industries. The company is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York, and maintains an engineering and manufacturing center in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The company recently raised over $15 million in second-round venture capital funding, enabling it to continue developing best-of-breed products. Its new manufacturing and engineering site supports volume production and is outfitted with state-of-the-art process and test facilities.
Since its inception, the company has continuously released innovative process equipment products. Most recently, Sagitta has successfully penetrated the fiber optics component manufacturing industry, launching a new line of standard-setting process and inspection equipment.
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