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06/15/2015

Industrial-grade 5,000-CPR Motion Encoders Enable New Generation of Robust, High Precision Motion Control with Low Current Consumption and High Tolerance of Spatial Errors

05/19/2015

New Compact Dual-channel Optocouplers Simplify and Optimize Bi-directional Data Communication Design and Board Layout

05/19/2015

Avago Technologies today announced a miniature highly integrated LNA-filter RFIC module, the ALM-2203, targeting Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS) car radio systems.

05/19/2015

Avago Technologies today announced a miniature highly integrated LNA-filter RFIC module, the ALM-2203, targeting Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS) car radio systems.

05/18/2015

• Galvanically Insulated Fiber Optic Short Links Suppressing Transient Peak Voltages up to 50 kV • Innovative Connectorless POF Transceivers Supporting 100Mbps to 1Gbps • Enhanced 5MBd Versatile Link Fiber Optic Receivers in Multiple Package Options

05/12/2015

PEX9700 series switch chips offer industry-first suite of features that dramatically improve performance while reducing power consumption and cost by up to 50% for most demanding hyper-converged, NVMe, and rack scale systems

03/24/2015

New 4x10G TOSA and ROSA Address Performance and Cost Requirements for Large Scale Data Center Networks

03/23/2015

New Micro-ITLA Delivers Very Narrow Linewidth, Low Phase Noise and Superior Frequency Accuracy Improving System Performance for Next Generation 100G/400G Networks

03/17/2015

New Generation of 100G Optical Transceivers Enables Broad Adoption of 100GE Links for Data Centers

03/16/2015

25G VCSEL Technology Drives New Generation of 25G up to Aggregate 400G Links in Data Centers

02/11/2015

Avago Technologies announced the new ACPL-P/W347 and ACPL-P/W349 optocouplers designed to protect and drive fast switching next generation power semiconductors like the Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) MOSFETs and IGBTs.