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Integra Optics automates production of its optical components to keep pace with industry

Integra Optics has implemented fully automated production systems for fiber-optic components in order to meet its revenue goals and keep pace with the telecom industry’s growing needs.

David Prescott, president of Latham, New York-based Integra Optics, said his company started automating its production systems late last year in order to speed up the production of its fiber-optic components, which include transceivers. Integra Optics, which was founded in 2007, currently has $40 million in annual sales, but it’s looking at the automated production and delivery processes as key factors for reaching its goal of $100 million in annual sales by 2022.

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