Sumitomo Electric Industries

5-33, Kitahama 4-chome

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Transceivers head to full production

Sumitomo Electric Industries will begin volume shipments of its XFP and X2 10Gbit/s pluggable optical transceivers in spring 2004.

News from Electronicstalk, 3 December 2003

Chinese plant ramps up coax production

Sumitomo Electric Industries has begun producing halogen-free coaxial cables for automotive antenna applications in China in order to respond to demand from customers.

News from Electronicstalk, 7 November 2003

CWDM SFP optical transceivers hit production

Sumitomo Electric Industries is now shipping production volumes of small form-factor pluggable optical transceivers for coarse wavelength-division multiplexing applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 September 2003

GaN substrates enter mass production

Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI) has entered mass-production of 2in gallium nitride (GaN) substrates.

News from Electronicstalk, 24 April 2003

Single-mode fibre is at home on tight corners

PureAccess-Ultra single-mode optical fibre (SMF) features a minimum bend radius of 7.5mm - a substantial improvement on the 30mm bend radius found in conventional SMF.

News from Electronicstalk, 24 March 2003

Multifibre connectors mate with novel fibre ribbon

Sumitomo Electric has developed a super-low-loss multifibre optical connector which provides insertion loss equal to that of single-fibre optical connectors.

News from Electronicstalk, 21 March 2003

Transceivers boost density for 10Gbit systems

Two new series of 10Gbit/s optical transceiver products are designed for use in 10Gbit Ethernet and 10Gbit Fibre Channel.

News from Electronicstalk, 21 March 2003

Laser diode multisource agreement grows

Fujitsu Quantum Devices and Sumitomo Electric Industries have expanded their multisource agreement for a 10Gbit/s transmission laser diode module.

News from Electronicstalk, 10 September 2002

Low-dislocation substrate yields more blue lasers

Sumitomo has developed a novel single-crystal gallium nitride (GaN) substrate that may be used in violet lasers for high-capacity next-generation optical video recording technology.

News from Electronicstalk, 19 June 2002

Soft magnetic material makes greener motors

Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI) has developed a sintered material that can be used as a soft magnetic material in high-performance actuators and high-speed rotary motors used in hard disk drives.

News from Electronicstalk, 30 January 2002

X-ray lithography produces next-generation probe

Using novel X-ray lithographic micromachining technology, Sumitomo Electric Industries has developed a compact contact probe that can be used to test next-generation high-frequency ICs.

News from Electronicstalk, 29 January 2002

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