Newnex Technology Corp. is a worldwide leader of innovation for USB, IEEE 1394 (FireWire) and other connectivity technologies for machine vision, medical imaging, aerospace and a wide range of other industries. Newnex designs and manufactures a comprehensive line of highly reliable and user-friendly USB and IEEE 1394 products, from cables and connectors to controllers, repeaters and converters.
Newnex is one of the earliest developers and a long-time contributor in the field of USB and IEEE 1394 connectivity implementations.
In 2003, Newnex developed the FireNEX800™, the world's first IEEE 1394b optical repeater, based on the company's patented noise control technology. Recently, Newnex introduced the world's first USB 3.0 optical repeater with power delivery option: the FireNEX-5000H™ that is capable of extending USB 3.0 signal to 300 meters without power delivery and 100 meters with power delivery option. In addition, our active repeater cable: FireNEX-uLINK™ is capable of extending USB 3.0 signal to 16 meters.
In addition to constantly bringing break-through products to the market through innovations, Newnex has also developed solid reputations for excellent product performance and reliability that is guaranteed by its ISO and UL certified manufacturing facilities.
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