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NeoPhotonics  Profile

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NeoPhotonics  Company Overview

NeoPhotonics offers a complete line of both active and passive optical components for every network market segment: FTTH/Access, Datacom, Storage Area Networks, Metro and Long Haul networks.

NeoPhotonics manufactures integrated splitters in high volume and FTTH BiDi and TriPlexer transceivers, Other products include AWGs, Athermal AWGs, VOA Multiplexers, EDFAs and ROADM Modules. NeoPhotonics manufactures MEMS-based Variable Optical Attenuators and Dynamic Channel Equalizers.

NeoPhotonics  Products

The types of products manufactured by NeoPhotonics include integrated splitters, FTTH BiDi, TriPlexer transceivers, AWGs, Athermal AWGs, VOA Multiplexers, EDFAs and ROADM Modules.

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