CCOP's optical communications products customers include Adva,
Alcatel-Lucent, Ciena, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Huawei, Infinera, Nokia
Siemens Networks, and Tellabs. CCOP's lasers customers include Amada, ASML,
Optical Security and Performance Products
OSP designs, manufactures, and sells products targeting anti-counterfeiting, consumer electronics, government, healthcare, and other markets.
OSP's security offerings for the currency market include Optically Variable Pigment ("OVP®"), Optically Variable Magnetic Pigment ("OVMP®") and banknote thread substrates. OVP® enables a color-shifting effect used by banknote issuers and security printers worldwide for anti-counterfeiting applications on currency and other high-value documents and products. OVP® protects the currencies of more than 100 countries today. OSP also develops and delivers overt and covert anti-counterfeiting products primarily targeting the consumer-electronics markets. Leveraging its expertise in spectral management and its unique high-precision coating capabilities, OSP improves the performance of a range of products in the consumer-electronics market. For example, gesture-recognition devices designed for gaming platforms use OSP optical filters. OSP value-added solutions meet the stringent requirements of commercial and government customers in aerospace and defense. In the aerospace industry, JDSU precision optical filters are a critical component in satellite and spacecraft power- and temperature-control systems. OSP also supplies anti-reflection coatings, beamsplitters, optical filters, laser optics, solar reflectors, and mirrors for a variety of defense and security applications including guidance systems, high-energy laser systems, battlefield eye protection, infrared night-vision systems, and secure optical communications.
OSP serves customers such as 3M, Barco,
During the second quarter of fiscal 2013, we completed the sale of our hologram business ("Hologram Business"), which primarily addressed the transaction card market. We have presented our current and historical Consolidated Statements of Operations and segment financials to reflect the sale of this business. The historical results of this business are reflected as discontinued operations in accordance with the authoritative guidance under U.S. GAAP and are not included in our quarterly results from continuing operations for all periods presented. During the fourth quarter of fiscal 2013, we made a decision to cease production of certain legacy custom optic products at the end of their lifecycle, including anti-reflection products, solar cell covers, and front-surface mirrors for display and office automation applications as well as certain infrared and box coater solutions. We expect to substantially phase out production of these solutions by the end of the second quarter of fiscal 2014.