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Ophir Photonics Opens New Office in Germany

Photonics.com
Apr 2013
DARMSTADT, Germany, April 2, 2013 — Laser measurement equipment maker Ophir Photonics announced Tuesday that it has opened a new office in Darmstadt and has hired former Synrad executive Christian Dini to serve as its general manager.

Ophir Spiricon Europe will provide customers across the continent with sales, recalibration and repair services for all Ophir power and energy meters and Spiricon and Photon beam analyzers, the company said.

"Laser technology now touches all our lives, from medicine to materials processing to global communications," said Yoram Shalev, Ophir Photonics sales and marketing director. "Pan-European demand is increasing across a wide array of scientific, medical and industrial applications. This means the opportunities are tremendous for laser measurement equipment."

Dini has more than 25 years of experience in the laser industry, including research and development, sales, and executive management. He served as business development director at Synrad Inc., a maker of industrial CO2 lasers, where he restructured distribution across Europe. Prior to that, Dini held management positions with Alphaform, Synrad Europe and Optilas.

Ophir Photonics is a brand of Newport Corp.

For more information, visit: www.ophiropt.com/photonics 



GLOSSARY
photon
A quantum of electromagnetic energy of a single mode; i.e., a single wavelength, direction and polarization. As a unit of energy, each photon equals hn, h being Planck's constant and n, the frequency of the propagating electromagnetic wave. The momentum of the photon in the direction of propagation is hn/c, c being the speed of light.
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