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Intel, Swisscom invest in optical networking start-up Tibit

Thursday 22 August 2019 | 17:19 CET | News
US start-up Tibit Communications, which is developing next-generation access devices for Passive Optical Networking (P), has completed a USD 25 million Series B funding round led by Intel Capital. Two new investors participated in the round - Swisscom Ventures and AJU IB Investment.

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