Arrayed Fiberoptics Corporation has developed and patented a revolutionary technology for producing a variety of fiberoptic components with dramatically better performance, size, reliability, and cost. Our team of experienced industry veterans is creating what is destined to become the standard platform in integrated fiberoptic components.
Arrayed Fiberoptics Corporation is focused on making optical networking affordable everywhere. By providing the ultimate solution to the challenge of alignment and packaging of fiberoptic components, we will enable unlimited bandwidth communications to office, home, kiosk, or anywhere it is needed
Arrayed Fiberoptics' patented Vertical Fiber Integration (VFI) technology creates economies of scale that are orders of magnitude greater than any existing fiberoptic component approach. We assemble and align multiple full wafers, each with a separate optical function, to create integrated fiberoptic components on a WAFER SCALE, allowing fabrication of thousands of high-performance devices using a single alignment step. Combined with our patented ulta-high precision alignment technology, we enable virtually any single-mode fiberoptic component, in array or single-channel form, with dramatically improved performance, cost, size, and reliability. Furthermore, these components are hermetically sealed as fabricated, often eliminating the need for further hermetic packaging. The key is our innovative 3-dimensional approach to creating integrated fiberoptic components with aligned fiber sockets, in full wafer stacks using processes and concepts similar to those used in electronic integrated circuits. After fabrication, the wafers are singulated into individual or array components, each one already sealed and fully aligned.
Our robust technology is the basis for a wide range of extremely low-cost, high-performance single-mode|devices, both active and passive, in array or single-channel form; including high-precision fiber arrays, epoxy-free fiber arrays, transmitters, receivers, transceivers, VOAs, optical switches, array connectors, collimators and beam-shapers, integrated filter modules, and a variety of other components. .