SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. (IMT), the largest independent MEMS development and production service provider in US, will exhibit at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC) in Anaheim, CA, March 22 – 24. Presented by the Optical Society, OFC is the one of the largest conferences for optical communications professionals. The conference provides insights on new technologies, technical roadmaps, and market trends and analysis.
For over 15 years, IMT has been serving the optical community, and participating in OFC has allowed IMT to witness the rapid growth in recent years. More and more companies have turned to MEMS to address the ever increasing need for higher bandwidth. IMT is shipping 100G products in volume and is showcasing solutions that are capable of driving up to 400G optical networks. IMT leverages expertise in hermetic wafer-level packaging, silicon optical bench, planar lightwave circuit, VOA, and OXC technologies. IMT offers a turn-key custom MEMS development and volume production services.
Please visit Booth #1133 to find out how IMT can help bring your MEMS to market in the shortest time.
OFC event details:
|Anaheim Convention Center|
|800 W Katella Avenue|
|Anaheim, CA 92803|
|Date:||March 22 – 24|
About Innovative Micro Technology, Inc.
Innovative Micro Technology, Inc. is the largest pure-play MEMS foundry in the US. With a 30,000-square-foot class 100 clean room in Santa Barbara, Calif., IMT is easily accessible to Silicon Valley, the heart of MEMS innovation. IMT scientists and engineers are technology experts in silicon optical benches, magnetics, micro-mirrors, microfluidics, sensors, wafer-level packaging, and through silicon vias.
For more than fourteen years, IMT has been working closely to develop and mass produce breakthrough MEMS products for Fortune 500 companies and startups in the optical communications, biotechnology, infrared, RF, and navigation industries. IMT is well positioned to support the exponential growth of MEMS as they become ubiquitous throughout electronics.