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“An optical circulator is a special fiber-optic component that can be used to separate optical signals that travel in opposite directions in an optical fiber, analogous to the operation of an electronic circulator.”
Company’s clients now boosting investment in their respective markets – look to DK Photonics for leading-edge solutions.

Shenzhen, China – DK Photonics, one of the world’s foremost designers and manufacturers of leading edge optical passive components, including 3 Port Polarization Insensitive Optical Circulator and the 1064nm Fiber Optical Circulator and 1030nm Polarization Insensitive Optical Isolator solutions, announced that it sees significant growth for its products in the coming years.

As a prime supplier of high-end solutions for the telecommunication and other fiber optic industry, the company believes that pending demand is now slowly finding its way as component orders for its products.

Speaking at an event held to highlight the company’s readiness to service surging client demand, senior engineers at the firm noted that there has been a spike in orders for the company’s 3 Port Polarization Insensitive Optical Circulator and 1064nm Fiber Optical Circulator. These devices are widely used for wavelength add/drop, dispersion compensation and EDFA application.

The company supplies global clients with an array of fiber optic components and tools, including 3 Port Polarization Insensitive Optical Circulator and the 1064nm Fiber Optical Circulator and 1030nm Polarization Insensitive Optical Isolator solutions, which are built at its high-tech plant in Shenzhen, China.

DK Photonics’ Optical Circulator’s are available in 3 or 4-port configurations, and are built using proprietary designs and metal bonding micro optics packaging. Both the 3 Port Polarization Insensitive Optical Circulator and the 1064nm Fiber Optical Circulator provide low insertion loss, broad band high isolation, low PDL, excellent temperature stability and optical path epoxy free.

Speaking to a gathering of customers and industry experts, Senior company executives said that the global telecommunications industry has seen a dearth of investment since the economic crisis of 2008. However, over the past several quarters, the company is seeing signs that governments, metro-area telecomm service providers and businesses have started investing in communications infrastructure.

According to company sources, clients are showing specific interest in the 1030nm Polarization Insensitive Isolator. Manufactured in accordance to Telcordia standards, the device is extremely adept at high power handling. Given its high performance, high reliability and low cost, clients are turning to the company’s 1030nm Polarization Insensitive Isolator for applications in lasers, transmitters and other fiber optics communication equipments to suppress back reflection and back scattering.

Marketing executives on hand for the event noted that one of the reasons that the company’s 3 Port Polarization Insensitive Optical Circulator, 1064nm Fiber Optical Circulator and 1030nm Polarization Insensitive Optical Isolator solutions were seeing enhanced demand is because of the unique skills that the company’s engineers and designers possess.

One executive summarized it in these words:

We speak the language of our clients. By understanding exactly what our client’s need, we are able to design and build customized solutions that are not available elsewhere. And that’s the main reason that our global client base has continued to expand.

Media Contact
Company Name: DK Photonics Technology Limited
Contact Person: Bill Lee
Email: info@dkphotonics.com
Phone: +8675526820366
Address:7/F, Bldg. C, Qinghu Technology Park, Qingxiang Rd., Longhua New Dis.
City: Shenzhen
State: Guangdong
Country: China
Website: www.dkphotonics.com

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