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Hitachi Cable  Profile

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Hitachi Cable  Company Overview

Hitachi Cable, Ltd. was established in 1956 as a manufacturer of electric wire and cable, indispensable for delivering a stable supply of electric power. Today, Hitachi Cable mainly provides Electro-optical components, Copper Products, Semiconductor materials, Electronic Materials, Information Networking Products, Optical Fiber Submarine Cable and Probe Cable for Ultrasound Medical Equipment.

Hitachi Cable  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hitachi Cable include Guided wave optical components, Fiber optic transceivers, Optical GbE Ethernet Transport Solutions, GaAs Wafers, Copper Heat Sinks, Copper Heat Pipes, and High Voltage Power Cables.

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