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  • quote left1I'm thoroughly impressed with the optical engineering team at LumaOptics. Based on their troubleshooting expertise, we found some attenuation unrelated to the optical module on the circuit that we were attempting to make this connection across. Thanks again for a job well done. Your product knowledge and support are unmatched.quote right1
     
    ~ Sr. Network Engineer
       Tier 1 MSO
  • quote left1A trusted partner and talented network architecture team.  Building a next gen WDM ring is not easy task, but Team Luma always comes through.quote right1

    ~ Network Architect
       Energy Company
  • quote left1Above our "A-List" is Luma Optics. They go over and above the call of duty to hit promised delivery dates.quote right1
     
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  • quote left1Luma engineering is detail oriented with deep technical understanding of optical/IP networks.  They love what they do.quote right1
     
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News

  • EU Horizon-2020 project UNIQORN targets quantum optical communications
    The European Union (EU) Horizon-2020 project UNIQORN – officially, “UNIQORN – Affordable Quantum Communication for Everyone: Revolutionizing the Quantum Ecosystem from Fabrication to Application” – kicked off last month with a goal of developing manufacturable technology that can support quantum communications. The three-year effort received funding by the European Commission within the first call of the H2020 Quantum Flagship funding program.
  • Nokia leads Broadband Access Abstraction project for Broadband Forum

    Nokia says it is leading the Broadband Access Abstraction (BAA) project, an initiative to drive the adoption of software-defined access networks. The effort, part of the Broadband Forum's (BBF's) Open Broadband (OB) program, will attempt to reach its goals through the contribution of open source software aligned with industry standards from participants such as Nokia.

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