It’s all about the future for Lumentum, with a strong backlog and the incorporation of Cloud Light expected to drive increased revenues into 2024.
On November 7, Lumentum announced its acquisition of optical component manufacturer Cloud Light for approximately $750 million. This move marked an unexpected return to the datacom transceiver market for Lumentum, which sold its business in 2019 to CIG.
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