Telecommunications

IPG Photonics has over twenty years’ experience as the world’s leading provider of high performance optical amplification solutions using erbium doped amplifiers, Raman pump lasers, and other technology.  In 1990 we pioneered the introduction of cladding-pumped technology, and IPG’s unmatched product performance, reliability, power and output density continue to revolutionize communication networks infrastructure. Our range of integrated photonic subsystems is both broad and deep, with compact module designs and rack mountable equipment.  IPG's products are designed, manufactured and tested to ensure the highest performance and reliability results that our telecom customers have grown to expect.  

IPG's compact high efficiency watt-class multi-port EDFAs are the best solution for distribution of advanced video services in CATV, HFC, and FTTx networks. Our EDFAs enable cost effective and ultra long reach transmission of DWDM signals. Our multi-wavelength multi-watt Raman fiber lasers are ideal sources for Raman pumping and amplification.

IPG's vertically integrated design, development and manufacturing operations support the rapid product introduction and manufacturing growth demanded by our OEM and distribution partners, while allowing IPG to continue pushing the technical envelope of performance, efficiency and reliability.

IPG works hard to maintain market leadership in technological innovation and engineering excellence.  We have built and staffed a state of the art telecommunication evaluation and applications lab at the world headquarters in Oxford, Massachusetts. The applications lab is equipped with hundreds of kilometers of various types of optical fiber, environmental chambers, advanced telecom equipment and state of the art measurement tools.  We can fully characterize and assure the optical performance of individual devices as well as complete fiber links over a broad range of environmental and deployment conditions.

To learn how IPG can help you please contact us at sales.us@ipgphotonics.com.