Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AOI) develops and manufactures advanced semiconductor laser transmitters and receivers. These products are used in the Fiber to the Home, telecommunications, wireless, and cable television (CATV) industries, as well as for spectroscopy and other industrial applications.
AOI's products strike a balance between price and performance that is attractive to equipment manufactures and their customers. AOI achieves this balance by developing innovative laser and detector technologies. With its team of leading researchers, AOI has assembled a pool of talent to develop these technologies and has made significant advances in manufacture of these advanced devices
Applied Optoelectronics Partners with Harmonic to Develop Remote DOCSIS Optical Node
Applied Optoelectronics Introduces New 100Gbps Optical Modules for Datacenter Applications
Applied Optoelectronics Moves to Larger Factory in New Taipei City
Applied Optoelectronics Rolls Out DOCSIS 3.1 CATV Products
New Laser for Methane Gas Sensing from Applied Optoelectronics
Applied Optoelectronics Enters Into New Credit Agreement with East West Bank
WDM-PON Forum Workshop: Applied Optoelectronics to Present Latest Advances
Applied Optoelectronics Triples Manufacturing Floor Space in Taiwan
Applied Optoelectronics to Showcase Latest Products at Optical Fiber Conference
New Line of Next-Generation Laser for Ultra-High-Speed Broadband from Applied Optoelectronics
Applied Optoelectronics Introduces New Line of Short Reach 40 Gbps Fiber Optic Transceivers
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Matthias Sachsenhauser, Ph.D.
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