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The global data center trends are converging to HCI (Hyper-Converged Infrastructure) from the traditional data center architecture as they are smaller, simpler and more efficient. HCI is a purpose-built data center architecture that adapts easier than the others to the assigned purpose. It simplifies operational and management tasks [Read more]
Amphenol’s OverPass™ cable system offers a broad range that allow customers to efficiently take high speed signal from near the ASIC to anywhere in their system.
Amphenol’s OverPass™ cable system allows for the transfer of high-speed signals to twinax cables shortly after they are launched from the ASIC.[Read more]
Amphenol ICC’s OverPass™ cabling Interconnect solution addresses hardware designer / architect’s need for a lower loss signal transmission path from the ASIC chip site to the external IO port or pluggable module interface. The system transfers high-speed signals to twinax cables shortly after they are launched from the chip and delivers a direct link to the external port when compared to the more typical transmission through the PCB line or system card. The [Read more]
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.[Read more]
The emergence of large-scale data centers leads to high demand for higher signal speeds, bandwidth, and higher density connections to meet their complex designs and configurations.
Developing a standardized pattern was indispensable for the advancement of data center design and data management capabilities. Thus the Small Form Factor (SFF) committee was organized and they established a Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) which provides standards for connector manufacturers and network compon [Read more]