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u2t Expands Sales Force

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BERLIN, Aug. 22, 2013 — u2t Photonics has increased its global sales force in response to growth in the optical components market.

Already established in Europe, North America and Asia, u2t will broaden its reach with partnerships in Russia, Brazil and India through the entities Special Systems, Boreal Communications and Reinvent Technologies, respectively.

In addition, TeraComm, a partner of u2t for more than 10 years, has expanded its own reach and now supports customers throughout North America.

"We are thrilled to be expanding our relationship with u²t, our partner for more than ten years,” said founding partner and General Manager of TeraComm, Michael Carr. “This expansion allows customers from the West Coast to the East Coast access to their capabilities and an opportunity to partner for custom or OEM requirements."

"Since our diversified product portfolio now consists of gallium arsenide as well as indium phosphide modulators, adequate sales measures need to be taken to ensure the direct customer communication with representatives explaining the benefits and assuring the perfect match between product and requirements,” said u2t CEO Andreas Umbach.

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Aug 2013
AmericasAndreas UmbachAsia-PacificBoreal CommunicationsBusinessCommunicationsEuropeMichael Carroptical component solutionsopticsReinvent TechnologiesSpecial SystemsTeraCommu2t

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