Fiber Optic Solutions for Medical Devices

Oct 27, 2021
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Steve Allen provides a brief overview and examples of procedures that continue to push adoption and proliferation of optical fiber-based medical devices. From cosmetic surgery to cutting-edge sensing and imaging, optics continue to help improve the standard of care.

***This presentation premiered during the 2021 BioPhotonics Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit 

About the presenter:
Steve AllenFor the past seven years, Steve Allen has been the director of marketing for OFS Specialty. In this current roll, he leads a team of executives who are responsible for growing OFS Specialty by identifying key market trends and profitably developing and launching new products to satisfy the emerging demand.

Before his current position, Allen was the medical market manager for OFS Specialty, during which time he grew the OFS Medical segment 35% over a five-year period. He also successfully identified and helped guide the development and launch of five new products. Allen started his career in the software industry after graduating from San Diego State University. Prior to OFS, he worked for a sensors and controls manufacturer, where he was also responsible for products in the medical segment.

About the sponsor:
OFS is a world-leading designer, manufacturer, and provider of optical fiber, fiber optic cable, connectivity, fiber-to-the-subscriber (FTTX), and specialty photonics products. OFS provides reliable, cost-effective solutions for a broad range of applications, including telecommunications, medicine, industrial automation, sensing, government, aerospace, and defense. These products help customers meet the needs of consumers and businesses both today and into the future.

Headquartered in Norcross, Ga., OFS is a global provider with facilities in China, Denmark, Germany, Russia, and the U.S. OFS is part of Furukawa Electric Company, a multibillion dollar leader in optical communications.
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