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    Growing Demand for Data is Fueling the Automotive Ethernet

    The connected vehicle brings freedoms for drivers and passengers but takes a toll on in-vehicle network design and performance. A new Ethernet standard enables lighter, more powerful systems. The old cliché about a car being only a means of getting from A to B doesn’t apply in the 21st century. Today’s cars do so much Read More >>

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    MIPI A-PHY Automotive Interface Helps Integrate Advanced Connectivity

    As automotive applications expand to include complex sensor, camera, and infotainment capabilities, a more powerful, design-friendly connectivity specification will help manage the required power and data. As the connected car continues to evolve, essential operational systems are being augmented with new capabilities, such as autonomous functions, driver-assist technologies, advanced safety features, and infotainment systems. Electrification Read More >>

Technology News

Power Connectors: Taking the Heat

September 4, 2012 – The power connector segment has experienced an extreme makeover in both product and philosophy, and is now much better aligned with the needs of current and next-generation equipment designers. What does the future hold?

Wireless Technologies Drive Use of Mobile Devices in Healthcare

 

August 2012 – The medical ecosystem used to be a device, a patient, and a physician. But thanks to electronic health records, consumer platforms, and cloud computing, all that is changing. Connected devices, many of them wireless, are changing this rapidly evolving field. Here’s a look at the present and future of mobile devices in the healthcare field.

A Peek Under The High-Speed Hood

August 2012 -What new developments are coming up in high-speed train design, and what role will cable and interconnect devices play? Here’s a look inside this fast-moving market.

 

Renaissance of the Edge Connector

The venerable card edge connector has been a mainstay interface that has served the electronics industry for many years by solving critical packaging challenges of complex electronic equipment. Early devices often utilized masses of discrete hand-soldered wires between subassemblies, a process that added cost and complexity, introduced error, and made repair difficult. The industry needed Read More >>

Ethernet Evolution: To 100 Gb/s and Beyond

Since its development in the early 1970s, Ethernet has constantly evolved to support emerging demands of local area computer networks. Ethernet originally used a shared coaxial cable as its communication media, but migrated to unshielded twisted-pair, point-to-point links that increased bandwidth as well as reach from local area networks (LANs) to wide area networks (WANs). Read More >>