Optical espionage

LaBarbara, Liane
July 2000
Telephony;07/03/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 1, p9
Trade Publication
Deals with the stolen optical communications networking solutions at the 2000 Supercomm telecommunications trade show in Atlanta, Georgia. Components stolen from Cyras Systems; Actions taken by Quantum Bridge to protect its booth at Supercomm; Theft against optical networking firm Kymata at the 2000 Optical Fiber Communications show in Baltimore, Maryland.


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