Lumera Pulls Plug on Plexera Subsidiary in Bid to Merge with Optical Communications Firm | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Lumera said today that it has discontinued operations for its Plexera proteomics subsidiary in conjunction with an agreement to merge with GigOptix, a privately held developer of integrated circuits for optical communication systems.
The combined company will be listed on the Nasdaq market under the name GigOptix. GigOptix’s CEO and chairman, Avi Katz, will serve as CEO and chairman of the company following the merger.

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