Price Is Hovering At The US$17.21 Level
Apr 2, 2012
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Oplink Communications dips 0.2% on high volume falling for a fourth consecutive day, a four day fall of 6.2%
Oplink Communications, Inc. (Oplink) is engaged in designing, manufacturing and selling optical networking components and subsystems. The products portfolio of the Company includes solutions for next-generation, all optical dense and coarse wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM and CWDM, respectively), optical amplification, switching and routing, monitoring, conditioning and line transmission applications. The addressable products include long-haul networks; metropolitan area networks (MANs), local area networks (LANs) and fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks. Oplink offers a range of engineering and design services, which includes optic-centric design, electrical system design, software and firmware development, thermal management, mechanical design, system integration and compliance. On October 31, 2007, the Company completed the acquisition of the remaining 42% of Optical Communication Products, Inc. (OCP). Support: the support price is hovering at the US$17.21 level. Volume traded at the weak support price zone was 0.4 times average during the two occasions when the support price was breached. In the last month the lowest price was US$17.21 on Feb 23. The second lowest was US$17.55 on Feb 22. Resistance: there is a downtrend in the moving average price after a prolonged upswing. Previous rallies have been met with resistance at US$19.61. However, selling pressure at that level has been weak; volume was 0.6 times average during the six occasions when the resistance price was breached in the last one month. In the last one month the highest was at US$19.61 on Feb 02, the second highest at US$19.54 on Feb 01. The third advance halted at US$19.52 on Feb 03, the 4th at US$19.50 on Jan 26 and the 5th at US$19.39 on Jan 25.Falls to Rises: The stock fell in four out of last 5 trading days, for a 5-day fall of 6.2% to close at US$17.53.Trailing month: in the 17 trading sessions there has been a net decline of 8.56%; the stock has retreated fourteen times and the biggest one day decline was 2.8% on Feb 22.
Virgin Media selects Transmode as preferred supplier for metro optical WDM
Transmode Systems AB says it has been selected as to the preferred supplier to Virgin Media for the UK cable operator’s national next-generation metro optical WDM deployments.The new agreement is the latest in a series of Transmode wins with Virgin Media. In September 2011, Transmode signed a multi-year contract with Virgin Media to supply Ethernet-based mobile backhaul service delivery networks across the UK (see "Virgin Media Business turns to Transmode for mobile backhaul").This new contract will see Transmode continuing to supply significant volumes of its TM-Series, but will expand the current business with the UK-wide deployment of next-generation flexible optical networking products including Transmode's range of ROADMs with advanced network management. The new agreement will also see the deployment of Transmode's Layer 2 Ethernet Muxponders, as included in the recently announced mobile backhaul contract.Over the coming three years, the network enhancements will meet Virgin Media's development objectives, including extending backhaul services and the wider deployment of high-speed connectivity services, the company says.Dan Hennessy, executive director, technical strategy and architecture at Virgin Media commented, "Our advanced optical network is a vital part of the best-in-class user experience for all of our customers, whether business or residential. The new architecture delivers the scale required to accommodate growth and paves the way for Virgin Media to offer intelligent next-generation services in the connectivity space."Having carefully evaluated a range of suppliers to meet the needs of Virgin Media's latest network enhancements, we have selected Transmode as it clearly demonstrated its superior technical and economical advantages in next-generation networks," Hennessy concluded.
Luxtera ships one-millionth silicon CMOS photonics-enabled 10G channel
Luxtera Inc., a developer of CMOS-based silicon photonics components and modules, says it has shipped its one-millionth 10-Gbps channel. The company says the milestone is significant because it validates the growing demand for silicon photonics in data centers and computer clusters.Luxtera says it is the only provider of silicon photonics shipping in significant commercial volume today. Silicon photonics offers a reliable, low-cost yet high-performance option compared to traditional technologies such as vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs), the company claims.The company asserts the milestone indicates the maturity of its processes and their applicability to meet the needs of high-performance computing and next-generation networking platforms on a larger scale. Silicon photonics is emerging as the next-generation interconnect technology, the company says, with 10 petabits of transceiver bandwidth shipped in total."The announcement today is an important milestone for the optical industry," agreed Brad Smith, vice president and industry analyst at LightCounting.com, a firm that specializes in optical transceiver market research. "Silicon CMOS Photonics can no longer be characterized as the technology of the future, it appears it is ready to be front and center as the technology of today."The number of channels shipped is impressive, but even more impressive is that this milestone was achieved in a market that is cost sensitive, and the competing solution was often a VCSEL-based cable," he concluded.For Luxtera, this announcement is the culmination of 11 years of research and development work (see "Luxtera touts 10-Gbit CMOS capabilities"). At least some of the channel shipments came via the company's line of active optical cables, a business it sold to Molex in January 2011 (see "Molex buys Luxtera’s active optical cable line").Recognizing its benefits, silicon photonics continues to be the focus of many research efforts around the world, most notably IBM and Intel. The technology has made news recently as the enabling building block in the race for building computers at an exascale (10(18) byte) level.
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