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PowerDsine  Profile

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PowerDsine  Company Overview

PowerDsine is a leader of the fast-growing Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology that allows power to be transmitted over the same network cable as data. PowerDsine has been a pioneer in the development of the Power over Ethernet market place from its inception.

PowerDsine was acquired by Microsemi Corp. in January, 2007.

PowerDsine  Products

The types of products manufactured by PowerDsine include Power over Ethernet Midspan, PowerDsine PoE Integrated Solutions, Telecom Products, PowerDsine Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Tester, and PowerDsine.

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