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Finisar also introduces new High-Speed Photodetector and demonstrates WaveSource Programmable Laser technology
New Products include Optical Grisms and Family of Diffractive Lenses and Beam Converters
The iPhone maker plans to repatriate nearly all of its offshore cash, and much of it will likely go towards dividends and buybacks. It might not be long before other tech giants make similar announcements.
From 5G to OLED to artificial intelligence, here are Barclays analysts' top picks for the tech sector moving into 2018.
Another firm has come out saying that demand for Apple's $1,000 iPhone X has been weak. The news sent Apple supplier stocks down on Tuesday.
A pair of recent deals suggest Apple's massive scale is motivating it to strike larger deals to secure needed parts and buy technologies that enhance its services.
II-VI Inc. is a living, breathing animal; your thinking must not stagnate. Stay focused.
The Fed's Janet Yellen called Bitcoin "highly speculative." Would Draghi agree?
Jim Cramer is bullish on Applied Materials, VMware, Kemet, Finisar.
Bitcoin takes a backseat on Wednesday. Here are more important things: the death march for Sears and Apple using its cash to keep rivals at bay.
Jim Cramer says he's optimistic this bull will stay strong, but it's always prudent to take gains and build a cash position.
The Dow jumped 80 points on Wednesday, while the S&P 500 declined slightly.
Why we should be 'happy' about the latest Fed rate hike.
Apple invests in a laser chipmaker, while Target acquires a tech startup.
You're wrong if you think the Fed won't be raising interest rates Wednesday, say economists.
Apple stock is up almost 50% so far in 2017, but Citi analysts contend that shares are heading even higher, to $200 in 2018.
The Dow and S&P 500 are on track to close higher for a fifth straight day.
A flooring merchant, a steakhouse chain and 3 other stocks that may offer opportunities on the short side.
FNSR, CMT, LL, FOGO and CATM all recently were downgraded by TheStreet's Quant Ratings.
Optics leader is first in industry to ship new MSA-compliant modules supporting legacy duplex multimode fiber infrastructure
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses what he sees coming up for the optical sector.
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Finisar to promote Flextune feature, UltraSpan Optical Amplifiers and 200G Coherent Transceivers at SCTE 2017
Finisar also demonstrates 100G QSFP28 ER4f Transceiver and New Products in its Optical Instrumentation Family
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