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2003-02-20 Velio chip supports backplanes at 6.25Gbps
Velio Communications' test chip implements the company's second generation of I/O core used primarily for switching fabrics.
2003-11-28 Sun, Alcatel back spec for multilevel backplanes
A group of seven semiconductor and systems companies has unveiled an alliance and draft specification on Nov 26 for high-speed multilevel signaling.
2002-01-09 Sullins vertical male connector links cards and backplanes
The Type D vertical male connector is specifically designed to connect cards and backplanes in electronic equipment.
2003-12-23 SMIC silicon backplanes to power Brillian HDTV products
2005-09-01 Signal integrity puts high-speed backplanes to the test
The proliferation of serial links beyond 10Gbps has exposed signal-integrity issues not typically encountered in the standard digital design laboratory
2003-05-30 Schroff CompactPCI backplanes suit high compact designs
The new series of CompactPCI backplanes from Schroff are suitable for 19-inch applications requiring high availability in a compact design.
2013-05-10 OpenVPX backplanes ready for various development systems
The OpenVPX backplane product line comes in various VITA 65 compliant backplane profiles and to VITA 46 specifications and the 3U and 6U backplanes can be designed to specific customer profiles.
2004-06-28 OLEDs placed on metal backplanes
Universal Display Corp. and Xerox Palo Alto Research Center are collaborating to develop polysilicon TFT backplane technology on metal foil.
2003-02-19 Intersil hot-swap controllers operate in live backplanes
Intersil Corp. has introduced the Endura ISL6117 and ISL6120 low-voltage, hot-swap controllers that allow hot-swapping from live backplanes.
2002-12-04 Implementing GTLP drivers for 32Mbps TDM backplanes
This article describes a simple circuit that may be used to connect the 32Mbps streams from Zarlink's high-density switches.
2002-12-04 Implementing GTLP drivers for 32Mbps TDM backplanes
This application note describes a simple circuit that may be used to connect the 32Mbps streams from Zarlink's high-density switches such as the MT90869 (16K x 16K) and the MT90870 (12K x 12K) to a backplane bus through a LVTTL-GTLP level converter.
2008-10-13 Hot-swap controller handles 16V backplanes
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX5961, claimed to be highest-integration, quad hot-swap controller for 0 to 16V backplanes.
2008-11-21 Hot-plug switch cuts component count in backplanes
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the DS4560, a fully integrated, self-protected, resettable hot-plug switch that reduces the number of components required for the safe insertion and removal of systems on 12V powered backplanes.
2004-09-01 From telecom backplanes to computer servers
Getting to next-gen backplane speeds of 10Gbps has sparked a debate around Serdes approaches and the requirements of passive-backplane and connector channels.
2003-06-27 ERNI TCA backplanes have dual star fabric topology
ERNI Components Inc. has expanded its backplane portfolio with the introduction of the ATCA standard products.
2002-07-05 ERNI obtains DaimlerChrysler license for optical backplanes
ERNI has secured a license for an optical backplane technology from DaimlerChrysler Corp.
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
2004-10-18 Considerations for high-speed backplanes
Learn the challenges in high-speed backplanes in a modular chassis-based system and its recommended solutions.
2002-02-04 Connector makers converge on 5Gbps backplanes
Connector makers, like other component vendors, are wrestling with the technology issues associated with high-speed bus interfaces.
2009-02-09 Coming soon: 25Gbit/s backplanes
Experts at a DesignCon panel agree that Ethernet will shift up to 40- and 100Gbit/s data rates using 10Gbit/s and eventually 25Gbit/s serial channels in as few as three years.
2005-04-18 Bustronic's CompactPCI backplanes promote easier wiring
Bustronic launched its new EasyCable line of cPCI backplanes that are designed for easy cabling.
2004-03-22 Bustronic unveils latest switched serial backplanes
Bustronic has unleashed a new line of VXS Switched Serial Backplanes compliant to the new VITA 41.0 specification.
2004-07-22 Bustronic offers 32-bit cPCI backplanes
Bustronic has developed a new line of 32-bit CompactPCI backplanes that offer hundreds of I/O pins.
2002-08-16 Bustronic backplanes target wireless systems
Bustronic Corp.'s PICMG 2.16-compliant backplanes come in six-slot and eight-slot 6U sizes and are designed for 3G wireless, IP, and VoIP applications.
2002-03-04 AVX 2mm connectors seek backplanes
The Connector Division of AVX Corp. has introduced the 8072 series of 2mm Hard-Metric, vertical female connectors.
2012-10-05 Altera moves from Cu to optical backplanes
Improving the I/O bandwidth to support 28Gb/s backplane links and a new DSP architecture that focuses on the bandwidth are key elements of the 20nm products that Altera will launch next year.
2006-09-21 3U cPCI backplanes come in different slot sizes
Elma Bustronic Corp. has developed several 3U CompactPCI backplanes in both 32bit and 64bit versions and several slot sizes.
2003-11-17 10Gbps serial data over copper backplanes - a reality
The communications industry has all the building blocks to create a system that can deliver aggregate bandwidth of tens of terabit-per-second efficiently brought about by the availability of 10Gbps NRZ serial technology.
2002-01-30 RapidIO completes interconnect specification for intra-system communications
RapidIO Trade Association has completed its newest specification, the Serial RapidIO, for high-performance, low pin-count and switch fabric serial interconnect suitable in backplanes.
2002-07-18 Rambus licenses serial link technology to Intel
Rambus Inc. has licensed its RaSer serial link technology to Intel Corp.
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