Nufern Expands Range of NuCOMM Fibers
March 2, 2012
EAST GRANBY, CT–March 2, 2012– Nufern, a leading U.S. manufacturer of specialty optical fibers, fiber lasers and
amplifiers and fiber optic gyro coils, announced today it is expanding its NuCOMMTM line of fibers with four more PM fibers suited
for telecommunication and datacom applications.
The NuCOMMTM fiber series includes a large range of fibers dedicated to transforming, amplifying, and modifying long-haul and FTTH
networks. The NuCOMMTM line of products is expanded to include PM980-400, PM1300-400, PM14XX-400 and PM1550-400 fibers. All these
fibers are based on a PANDA design for superior polarization maintaining properties. The coated diameter of these fibers is 400 µm
to meet industry standard requirements. These PM fibers are offered with industry leading specification tolerances, enabling low-loss
splice compatibility with standard single-mode fibers.
Bryce Samson, Vice President of Business Development, reports “We continue to work with our customers and expand our product portfolio
to meet the growing demands of the fiber industry.
These latest PM fibers demonstrate our commitment to our customers to supply the breadth of fibers they need. As our standard product
offerings increase, Nufern becomes a one-stop fiber supplier for many specialty photonics and fiber component companies.”
All of Nufern’s fibers are manufactured to exceptionally tight mechanical and optical tolerances.
The resulting uniformity and efficiency helps to ensure high yield when the fiber is used in device manufacturing.
All Nufern fibers are produced under an ISO 9001:2008 certified quality management system.
Nufern, based in East Granby, CT, is a leading U.S. manufacturer of fiber laser and amplifier modules and specialty optical fibers
serving industrial, military/aerospace, medical and telecom applications. Nufern is a wholly
owned subsidiary of Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc., a U.S. company headquartered in Plymouth, MI and Hamburg, Germany.
Nufern is represent in Israel by New - Tech:
More Stories in Fibers Optical Networks