Lattice Electro Optics opens its doors

Dec. 6, 1999
A new optics and coating company aims to find a niche in the booming market for optoelectronic telecommunications.

A new optics and coating company aims to find a niche in the booming market for optoelectronic telecommunications. Scott Kim has founded Lattice Electro Optics (Fullerton, CA) with private funding and a staff of five. The company, started in September, specializes in high-power laser optics and coatings. Kim said his aim is to sell to users of wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) and dense WDM products. It was the strength of that market that prompted him to leave his position as executive vice president at Lambda Research Optics (Cerritos, CA) and strike out on his own. He also worked at CVI Laser Corp. (Albuquerque, NM) for nearly 10 years.

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Neil Savage | Associate Editor

Neil Savage was an associate editor for Laser Focus World from 1998 through 2000.

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