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2004-12-16 Tyco Z-PACK HM-Zd product line supports 10Gbps speed
Tyco announced that its Z-PACK HM-Zd connector product line will now be categorized as capable of supporting 10Gbps serial speeds.
2010-11-10 Ultra-hard metric cable assembly supports 12Gb/s transfer
3M unveils 2mm hard metric cable assembly with full shielding and low crosstalk
2005-04-13 Harting expands connector portfolio
Harting disclosed that they expanded their range of hard metric connectors in accordance to IEC 61076-4-101 with the har-bus HM combined module.
2005-05-06 ERNI's pre-alignment modules reliably guide plug-in cards
ERNI has developed a broad portfolio of pre-alignment modules to enable the reliable connection to the backplane of complex plug-in cards with high pin-count hard-metric connectors.
2005-12-22 ERNI expands ERmet line-up
Erni expanded its ERmet family of 2mm HM connectors to include through-hole reflow versions of the type C connectors.
2002-11-11 ERNI AB connector module supports PICMG 2.16
ERNI's new line of ERmet 2mm HM AB connector module supports the requirements of the PICMG 2.16 CompactPCI Packet Switching Backplane specification.
2005-02-10 Dual-stack BNC connector saves board space
Regal Electronics has added a new metal body dual-stack BNC connector to its product portfolio.
2007-04-19 Video converter boards connect standard graphics interface to TFT LCDs
The new PRISMA II series of RGB/DVI/Video converter boards from Apollo Display Technologies provides a range of cost-effective solutions with analog control for connecting TFT LCDs to standard graphics and/or video interfaces.
2010-11-25 Shielded 2mm Hard Metric socket connector supports PICMG 2.30
PICMG 2.30, released just last year by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) enables interoperability with legacy CompactPCI equipment, including critical embedded systems on military craft. 3M Applications Engineering Specialist provides an overview of the standard.
2008-12-01 Power connectors boost system airflow
Connector makers are developing new power connector designs--they now consider frontal density, comprised not just of the connector but of the space on the power supply the connector takes up.
2010-11-24 PICMG 2.30 retrofits critical defense equipment
PICMG 2.30, released just last year by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) enables interoperability with legacy CompactPCI equipment, including critical embedded systems on military craft. 3M Applications Engineering Specialist provides an overview of the standard.
2004-12-08 National analog equalizer affords high ESD protection
National introduced a multi-gigabit analog equalizer that extends the reach of high-speed switch, router, SAN and server backplanes.
2003-10-08 JVC D-VHS VCR to feature LSI Logic processor
Victor Co. of Japan Ltd (JVC) has selected LSI Logic Corp.'s DoMiNo processing technology for its high-definition D-VHS D-Theater Digital HD VCR.
2007-10-26 ERNI completes ERmetZD connector line
ERNI Electronics has added new right-angled female connectors in 2, 3 and 4 contact pair versions to complement its ERmetZD range of straight male connectors and right-angled female connectors.
2005-06-01 Driving 10Gb Serial ATCA backplanes
The Backplane Ethernet Task Force is focused on developing three new PHYs: 1000BASE-KX, 10GBASE-KX4 and 10GBASE-KR
2005-12-06 Backplane connector operates up to 10Gbps and higher
Targeting high-speed signal and high-density backplane applications, Tyco Electronics' new Z-PACK MAX connector performs at speeds up to 10Gbps and higher.
2005-06-07 Altera, PMC-Sierra team up with protocol development system
Altera and PMC-Sierra announced the availability of a jointly developed multi-serial protocol development system that incorporates Altera's Stratix II EP2S90 FPGA and PMC- Sierra's PM8358 QuadPHY 10GX SERDES transceiver
2005-06-02 Altera, PMC-Sierra co-develop multi-serial protocol development system
Altera Corp. and PMC-Sierra have jointly developed a multi-serial protocol development system
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