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Canada
Enablence Technologies, Inc.
390 March Road, Suite 119
Ottawa,Ontario K2K 0G7

Tel: +1 (613) 656-2850
Fax: +1 (613) 656-2855

USA
Enablence USA Components, Inc.
2933 Bayview Drive
Fremont, CA 94538

Tel: +1 (510) 226-8900
Fax: +1 (510) 226-8333

China
Suzhou Enablence Photonic Technologies Co., Ltd.
99 Jinji Lake Avenue, NW-13, Ste 301B Suzhou Industrial Park. Suzhou, Jiangsu. China 215123
Tel: +0512-69995886

Enablence in the US

Enablence Expands Product Line into the 40G and 100G TOSA/ROSA Market

 

Fremont, CA – November 12, 2013Enablence Technologies Inc. (“Enablence” or the “Company”) (TSXV: ENA), a leading supplier of optical components and subsystems for access, metro and long-haul markets, is rapidly expanding into the high speed optical transceiver market by supply of Transmit Optical Sub-Assembly (TOSA) and Receive Optical Sub-Assembly (ROSA) for CFPx and QSFP+ applications.  Enablence is currently shipping TOSA and ROSA products in 8x10G and 10x10G configurations and is compliant with the MSA for CFP modules.  In addition to these products, TOSA/ROSA for 4x10G, 4x25G and 8x25G configurations are expected to be available in the coming quarters. These devices will be used in fabrication of QSFP+, CFP and CFP2 modules, whose primary applications are for data center communications. The TOSA/ROSA products leverage Enablence’s proprietary low-loss silica-on-silicon planar lightwave circuit (PLC) technology and novel hybrid integration techniques to build Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC). These technologies result in compact high-performance components that can be scaled into commercial production.

 

Enablence continues to supply Tier-1 and Tier-2 system vendors in Asia, North America and Europe with its traditional products including: high-channel count (up to 96) Mux, Demux and VMUX devices, multi-device integrated solutions such as 2-in-1 Mux/Demux with PD arrays, and small, agile multicast switch products from 4×4 to 8×16 configurations.  In the ROADM space, Enablence’s 8×8 and 8×16 multicast switch modules are being used by Tier-1 telecom systems suppliers for routing WDM signals.  The multicast switch is a key element for next generation CDC ROADM (colorless, directionless, and contention-less reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer). It is fabricated using a mass-reproducible polymer PLC platform.

 

In non-telecom markets, Enablence is providing PIC based solutions for a variety of bio-medical and homeland security applications.  Offerings include PIC devices based on novel array waveguide grating (AWG), Mach-Zehnder Interferometer, sensor and visible wavelength PLC products.

 

Enablence has completed a 15-month financial turnaround and has structured itself for growth into emerging markets to provide high speed PIC based TOSA/ROSA products. The financial restructuring includes ~$23MM from new equity investment and divestiture of non-core operations, and retirement of ~$15MM in secured and non-secured debts primarily through stock conversion.  The financial restructuring has resulted in a clean balance sheet with new funding for production expansion, new product development, and restored customer confidence.

 

Enablence’ key staff members have been industry leaders for over 25 years and were the first to commercialize critical products for the telecommunications industry such as the arrayed waveguide grating (AWG) devices, and have been leaders in hybrid integration for over 10 years.


About Enablence Technologies Inc.

Enablence Technologies Inc.,  (TSX: ENA-V) a publicly traded company headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, designs, manufactures and sells optical components and subsystems to a global customer base. The company operates two platforms for production of integrated optical components: a silica PLC line, which is used for its PIC products, and a polymer PLC line which is used for wavelength routing, switch and VOA products.  Enablence is a global leader in applying Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) technology to integrate multiple components into a single optical chip to reduce footprint and costs. Enablence also has a joint-venture operation in China (Sunblence Technology, Co.) focusing on silica PLC based splitters for FTTH markets. Network and equipment designers around the world turn to Enablence for a variety of components and subsystems for access, metro and long-haul including TOSA/ROSA, transceivers, splitters, waveguides, optical channel monitors, multiplexers, ROADMs, multicast switches, and tunable dispersion compensators. The Company serves over 120 system and subsystem developers and its products have been integrated in all major communications networks worldwide, serving tens of millions of subscribers.

 

For further information contact:

 

Enablence Technologies Inc.

Andy Spector

VP of Marketing

andy.spector@enablence.com

614-238-3089

www.enablence.com

 

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