Fiber alternative company AOptix, known for its aerially-mounted laser-radio wireless backhaul solution, has shut down, LightReading reported.
The free-space optics company appears to have shut down suddenly, and has placed its assets up for sale at auction, the report indicated.
The company’s public relations firm, Lewis PR, notified Wireless Week of the closure via email on Monday morning. Wireless Week’s calls on Monday attempting to confirm the AOptix shutdown went directly to the company’s voicemail system.
No notice of the closure has been posted to the company’s website.
According to its website, AOptix was founded in 2000.
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