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APAT OE begins production of 25G transceivers for 5G

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APAT OE has added production capabilities for 25G transceivers, allowing it to produce 25G SFP28 10/20/30Km BiDi/Duplex, 25G SFP28 300M BiDi/Duplex and 25G DSFP 10Km in a row. 

These new products are separate from the company’s PON business, and the company says that it plans to further expand its production capacities to satisfy the needs of fronthaul for 5G deployment in China and globally. 

General manager at APAT OE, Rex Gu said: ‘This major strategic development means that APAT OE holds potential to provide full services from fixed access to wireless to our key system customers globally, particularly important when this is the back group of initial year of 5G deployment in China.’

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