Despite war and a sluggish economy,
approximately 15,000 people
attended the 2003 Optical
Fiber Communication Conference &
Exposition (OFC) in Atlanta, Ga. This
was down from 32,000 in 2002. Still, the
meeting was vibrant testimony to the fact
that progress on the fiber optics technology
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