Alpine Optoelectronics Delivers Single-Wavelength 100G DWDM QSFP28 PAM4 Transceiver for 100km Interconnects

Enabled by nCP4™ Silicon Photonics Optical Engine 100G DWDM QSFP28 PAM4 Optical Transceiver   Alpine Optoelectronics’ Single-Wavelength 100G DWDM QSFP28 PAM4 module supports 100km, 4.8Tbps single fiber links and is compatible with standard 100GHz Mux/Demux, EDFA, and DCM. FREMONT, Calif., Feb. 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alpine Optoelectronics, Inc., a leading innovator of optical networking […]

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Philips introduces ClarifEye Augmented Reality Surgical Navigation to advance minimally-invasive spine procedures

February 2, 2021 Industry-first image-guided therapy solution combines imaging and augmented reality navigation into one system in the Hybrid Operating Room Unique 3D visualization technology – fully integrated in Philips’ Azurion platform – provides live feedback for accurate spine procedures Intra-operative guidance has been shown to increase clinical accuracy, with patients subject to fewer revision […]

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Thailand Scored 36 in the Corruption Perceptions Index 2020

Thailand’s score in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2020 was 36, and the country was ranked No. 104 among180 countries and territories and came fifth among ASEAN countries.   According to an announcement made by Transparency International on 28 January 2021, Thailand’s score in the CPI 2020 was the same as the score it received in […]

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All eyes on Myanmar army chief Min Aung Hlaing as military seizes power

Myanmar’s powerful military chief, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, is in the spotlight after politicians from the ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) party were detained and the army announced it was taking power. Myanmar’s military is notoriously reclusive and even sophisticated observers know little about its inner workings. Here are some key facts about […]

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District police chief removed after Ratsadon group hang monarchy reform banner at police station

The superintendent of Phu Khieu district police, in Thailand’s northeastern province of Chaiyaphum, has been abruptly transferred after anti-establishment Ratsadon followers hung a banner, demanding reform of the monarchy and protesting against the coup in Myanmar, on the façade of the police station. No action was taken by the police to prevent the banner being […]

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Myanmar’s NLD demands release of Suu Kyi and ousted president

The National League for Democracy (NLD) of Myanmar on Tuesday called for the immediate release of ousted President U Win Myint, State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and others detained by the military on Monday when it staged a pre-dawn coup. The Irrawaddy news website said the NLD’s central executive committee said in a statement […]

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3 Ratsadon protesters arrested for alleged involvement in Myanmar Embassy violent protest

Three anti-establishment Ratsadon followers are being held in police custody for alleged involvement in a violent protest in front of the Myanmar Embassy on Sathorn Road in Bangkok on Monday. The three, who are also members of the “WeVo” guard, have been charged with violating the Emergency Decree, the Communicable Disease Control Act, illegal assembly […]

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