The Florida High Tech Corridor has matched the research funds provided by Path Optical Systems to the University of South Florida. These funds are being used to advance a new laser enhanced-direct print additive manufacturing technique for producing a new generation of optoelectronic devices. These new devices will power the new advanced servers, computers, and phones using optics to provide faster communications between components on PCB boards.
Having the support of the Florida High Tech Corridor for our research confirms the excitement surrounding this new technology. We would like to thank the Corridor for everything they are doing for Path Optical Systems and the innovation community in Florida.