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Southern Photonics Adds Distributor in Japan
Nov 2012
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Nov. 30, 2012 — Southern Photonics this week announced its partnership with I-Wave Corp. to provide sales and support to customers in Japan.

I-Wave, an importer and exporter of ultrahigh-speed optical transmission and access products in Japan, is an important partnership for Southern Photonics as it continues to expand out of New Zealand into the international photonics market, the company said.

Southern Photonics specializes in R&D equipment for coherent modulation communication technologies and short-laser-pulse characterization. Among its products that I-Wave will be offering is the IQScope, an equivalent-time based optical modulation analyzer.

“We understand how important developing relationships in growing markets are in the current climate,” said Andy Stevens, COO of Southern Photonics. “I-Wave’s customer base fits perfectly with our product portfolio and will enable us to create a strong presence and provide our products to new customers in the Asian market.”

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Andy StevensAsia marketAsia-PacificBusinesscoherent modulationCommunicationsfiber opticsI-Wave Corp.IQScopeJapanlaser pulse characterizationNew ZealandOMAoptical modulation analyzeroptical transmissionopticsphotonics marketSouthern PhotonicsTest & Measurementlasers

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