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Hisense Intros 120km SFP Transceiver

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QINGDAO, China -- Hisense, a global leader in the design, development and fabrication of cutting edge optical components, modules, subassemblies and systems for applications in optical transmission systems and networks, today announced they would attend the 6th China international optoelectronic Expo(CIOE) hold in Shenzhen, from September 6 to September 9 2004.

Hisense will showcase their GBIC and SFP series transceiver including the most recent published 120Km 1.25G SFP transceiver in the 6th CIOE. LTD1531, the 1.25G transceiver, adopts 1550nm wavelength, with integrated Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM) functionality, supports up to 120Km transmission.

Hisense Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. was founded as a joint venture between Hisense Co., Ltd., Ligent International (USA), Inc. and other investors in year 2003.

Hisense Opto has convened an elite engineering team with tremendous industry expertise and experience. Facilitated with advanced tools at the Company's state-of-the-art R & D labs at both Qingdao, China and Chicago, U.S., the team is creating the industry's most innovative fiber optics products. The Company's production base is located at Qingdao where sophisticated manufacturing technology is coupled with first class high-volume equipments.

Hisense Optoelectronics Technology Co. Ltd.

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