The technology is derived from Japanese factories and is managed by Japanese production and quality management systems.
Although optical communication started earlier, it only began to entermetropolitan areas due to the developed network in recent years, which greatly drives up the demand for optical communication components.There are three requirements to stand out as a world-class component supplier in this industry:
- Knowledge of new product trends and access to information;
- Knowledge of process technology changes (e.g. changes in film types, equipment changes, changes in coating technology, etc.); and
- Mass production technology: Optical components require a high degree of precision, and failure to improve mass production yields will result in very limited profitability.