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Monthly Archives: September 2018

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Enter the Automotive Ethernet Era

Enter the Automotive Ethernet Era

The global networking protocol familiar to us as Ethernet, is making its way to the intelligent, Internet-connected car by beating out rival protocols CAN, LIN, and MOST in the race to speed and flexibility.

Why Ethernet?

Ethernet provides easy and accurate networking inside a self-driving vehicle.  It lets the in-vehicle computer synchronize to automotive sensor units like Cameras, RADAR, LIDAR, and Ultrasound at Gigabit rates to perform with optimum pas [Read more]

Evolution of Data Communication Standards

Evolution of Data Communication Standards

As the computer industry grows, data centers are going through a constant evolution to meet the increasing data management demand. Data centers have to change to accommodate the new designs, increased complexity, higher speeds, and higher densities.

Server racks were initially designed to support early data center design and development. However, the constant changes lead to the requirement of creating a common connector interface or standard. 

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Millipacs®- Cost-effective upgrade solution for Data Rates up to 25Gb/s

Millipacs®- Cost-effective upgrade solution for Data Rates up to 25Gb/s

Millipacs® 2.00mm Hard Metric (HM) backplane connectors were launched during the 1990s when most of the applications required few hundreds of Gigabit data rates.

With special signal pinning and adequate provision of ground pins, data rate enhancement up to 3Gb/s was possible. Due to the need for improved signal integrity and higher bandwidth, Telecom and Data markets demanded connectors with higher speed and differential signals. 

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Smarter Vehicles - CAN Bus to Automotive Ethernet

Smarter Vehicles - CAN Bus to Automotive Ethernet

Automation of vehicles has improved to new levels that driverless cars will be common in the near future. With the exponential increase in high-tech function, data and processing comes the demand for faster data transfer. All major players in the industry need solutions that support higher speed, enhanced reliability and increasing safety standards.

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Investing in Cleaner, Greener, and Safer Rides

Investing in Cleaner, Greener, and Safer Rides

Electrical vehicles comprising of cars, buses, and two-wheelers, offer a noiseless and comfortable ride.  These vehicles carry rechargeable batteries that power the electric motors responsible for the propulsion.  Performances of these batteries are defined by how long and how far they can propel the vehicle before running out of charge.  The motors are far quicker than a conventional combustion engine in achieving the desired rotation and allows for a better acceleration of th [Read more]

Minitek MicroSpace™ Connectors for 48V Automotive Technology

Minitek MicroSpace™ Connectors for 48V Automotive Technology

Everything we see today is getting technologically evolved to a faster and better version, the case of the automotive sector is proof of this.

The introduction, success and increasing demand for MHEV (Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicles) are also in the same line.  MHEVs require a 48V battery technology and will become a key focus to all car makers for the coming years on their way to the full electric vehicles (EV). 

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Join Us for the Inaugural Open19 Foundation Summit!

Join Us for the Inaugural Open19 Foundation Summit!

Amphenol ICC is a proud partner of the Open19 Foundation, an innovative foundation looking to pave the way for the next generation of data center infrastructure.

What is Open19?

Open19 is a newly formed organization focused on bringing together a community of technology leaders to establish the next generation data center design and cutting edge-solutions. 

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5G Wireless- The Faster Technology for Tomorrow

5G Wireless- The Faster Technology for Tomorrow

Communication and networking is an ever growing industry. The transformation from one generation to the next has been relentless. 1G technology was analog cellular, 2G used technologies like CDMA, GSM, and TDM to make the first giant leap towards digital communications. The speed concepts were reframed from Kbps to few Mbps with the introduction of 3G technologies like EVDO, HSPA, and UMTS. 

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