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PCI stands for Peripheral Component Interconnect, and it is a common connection interface attaching different computer components to a motherboard. It was introduced back in the early 90’s by a group of engineers in Intel, AMD, and other companies. Though it aimed at supporting complex data transfers, in the beginning, it evolved to extend its possibilities beyond that. The PCI bus was available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.[Read more]
APEC is one of the premier events in applied power electronics that brings together more than 45,000 professionals from around the world for networking, hands-on learning, and strategic business development. APEC focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics business.[Read more]
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]
Server miniaturization and performance is taking a new pace. The need for server connectors to meet the increasing demands put forward by the latest designs is also growing. The introduction of card edge connectors revolutionized the engineering designs by saving on PCB space.
Through generations of refinement, today we have high speed, high density, card edge connectors which call for better innovations on server structures.[Read more]