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POET Technologies’ (PTK) Infinity optical engine ignited great interest in the company and its rapidly expanding line of products, CEO Dr. Suresh Venkatesan and VP of Product Management Raju Kankipati report. The company’s customer list following its appearance at OFC 2023 in San Diego is growing as new and existing partners request product samples, which include best-of-breed components. The industry is attracted to the low cost, high energy efficiency and scalable characteristics of POET’s technology.


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