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Radiantis in collaboration with Newport Spectra-Physics launches the Inspire IR at CLEO USA 2012

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Radiantis in collaboration with Newport Spectra-Physics launches the InspireTM IR at CLEO USA 2012, a brand new femtosecond Optical Parametric Oscillator (OPO) for the Infrared

The InspireTM IR is a femtosecond Optical Parametric Oscillator (OPO), pumped by a mode-locked Ti:sapphire laser, which offers broad tunability in the near and mid-Infrared. Independent tuning of the pump wavelength between 720 and 810 nm, and the signal wavelength between 1000 and 1580 nm, is provided through the two separate pump and signal output ports available in this OPO. The user can easily select amongst accessing: (i) 100% of the pump through the pump port, with no signal through the signal port, (ii) 20% of the pump through the pump port, with partial signal through the signal port, or (iii) 0% of the pump through the pump output port, with full signal through the signal port.

Radiantis moves to new premises

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Radiantis moved to its new premises in August 2011. The new building is located at the Industrial Parc "Camí Ral" in Gavà, 20km south of Barcelona. Radiantis now has an excellent working environment, composed of brand new laboratories, clean rooms and offices which will allow them to deliver better products and services to their clients.

Radiantis participates in the first SECPhO exhibition

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Radiantis participated in the first SECPhO Exhibition held on the 16 December 2009 at the Parc Audiovisual de Catalunya in Terrasa.

This was an industry oriented Photonics and Optics event in Spain. Between participants there were large enterprises, SMEs and R&D centres. There were 30 exhibitors during the show. The meeting was inaugurated by the Mayor of Terrassa, Pere Navarro, who reiterated the city's commitment to innovation, and specifically to SECPhO.

Radiantis co-founds SECPhO

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Radiantis co-founds SECPHO, The Southern European Cluster in Photonics and Optics

SECPhO, the Southern European Cluster in Photonics and Optics, has been recently founded in Barcelona by the seven technology based companies: Easy-Laser, Ficosa, Hamamatsu, Indra, Lamp, Macsa, Monocrom, Radiantis and Sensofar, with the support of the UPC (Polytechnic University of Catalonia) and CD6 (Research Centre for Sensor, Instrument and Systems Development).

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