Cable Tech Evolves To 56/112 Gb/s PAM-4 Signaling

Molex is offering a comprehensive portfolio of 112 Gbps cabling solutions employing technologies essential for meeting future speed demands and expanding capacity. In data centers and telecom infrastructure, 56 Gb/s and 112 Gb/s PAM-4 speeds are some of the latest developments in serial data signal formats. Implementation of high data rate protocols requires a clean channel with low signal-to-noise ratios.

 

Molex unveils a portfolio of five different solutions that can reach speeds up to 112 Gb/s. These include:

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  • Quad Small Form Factor Pluggable Double Density (QSFP-DD) System
  • BiPass I/O and Backplane Cable Assemblies
  • NearStack High-Speed Connector System and Cable Jumper Assemblies
  • Mirror Mezz High-Speed System
  • Impulse Backplane Connector and Cabling System

 

Molex will be demonstrating these technologies at DesignCon 2019 in booth 631, January 30 to 31. To learn more, visit the Molex product page.

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