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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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Industry-Proven Backplane Connectors to Suit Your Speed Requirements

Industry-Proven Backplane Connectors to Suit Your Speed Requirements

Backplane connectors are basic electrical connectors that help in connecting one PCB to other. The backplane connector adds mechanical strength and stability to the design. These can be widely classified into 3 types based on their speed. 

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DIN 41612; Enhanced Design to Improve Robustness

DIN 41612; Enhanced Design to Improve Robustness

DIN 41612 is a comprehensive backplane offering from Amphenol ICC with a legacy of nearly five decades. With a broad range of DIN 41612 styles; these connectors has an edge over other backplane connector solutions in terms of mass deployment specifically in Industrial and Instrumentation sectors.

Amphenol ICC has made imperative design upgrades to the product mix to enhance its performance and endurance. 

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Connecting to Open Source Hardware

Connecting to Open Source Hardware

Major OEM and component manufacturers including Amphenol ICC are collaborating to help data center designers shed their proprietary outlook and go open source. 

Open Compute Alliance

A consortium known as the Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) endorses and publicly releases data center designs from its member OEMs like Facebook and Microsoft.  These designs can be utilized by every other aspiring vendor to their clients’ benefit.    [Read more]