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Upcoming Events

We're Presenting at Sensor + Test, 19-21 May 2015 in Nürnberg, Germany

Listen to our presentation May 19 at 12.30 in Hall 11: High density fiber array sensors for temperature monitoring 600°C and high speed interrogator with 10,000 temperature readouts per second. Or drop by our booth no 476.


Upcoming Events

We're Exhibiting at Next Generation Optical Networking, 22-25 June 2015 in Nice

Palais des Congrès Acropolis. Booth no 6. Looking forward to meet you there. 


Upcoming Events

Meet us at ECOC 2015, 28-30 September in Valencia

Pop by booth no 343 or contact us to set up a meeting.


About Proximion

Proximion is the world leader in design and manufacturing of advanced Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBGs). We improve our customers' products and systems by bringing this versatile technology to challenging applications within telecommunications, heavy industry and aerospace.

As a fully owned subsidiary within the Hexatronic Group we offer our customers the stability and transparency of being listed at NASDAQ, combined with the immediacy and agility of an entrepreneurial company that provides innovative subsystems to market leaders within various industries.


In the News. May 18, 2015

Fiber optical sensors for distributed temperature sensing

Proximion today launched an FBG-based temperature sensor series with the ability to enhance performance, productivity and safety in critical and/or harsh environment industries. The optical sensors provides precise and reliable long term measurements in up to 600°C (1,100°F). Read more..


View Our Video on

The Future of Dispersion Compensation

The combination of coherent technology with FBG-based dispersion compensation has proved beneficial from a technical as well as a cost perspective in +100G systems. Our DCMs reduce complexity and thereby latency and cost, while also allowing for mixed data rates. 


A video that lets you 

Explore the Cost Benefits of Our Dispersion Management

Our continuous chromatic dispersion compensation modules offer substantial cost savings due to low insertion loss, small form factor and low latency. The DCMs also tolerate high optical powers without causing
non-linear effects and support new optimized amplifier design.