CDFP Components Up The Speed Ante

TE Connectivity’s (TE’s) CDFP connectors and cages now offer 28-Gb/s data rates and support for PCIe Gen 3 (8-Gb/s) system requirements. With 16 channels of up to 28 Gb/s data rates for 400 Gb/s total bandwidth, CDFP components address the market's rising data usage. The simple one-piece, press-fit pluggable input/output (I/O) assembly provides the flexibility and standardization to address many design needs and is attractive for high-speed networking applications such as routers, high performance computing (HPC) systems, storage, controller cards, servers, and network interface cards (NICs). In addition, TE's CDFP portfolio enables more efficient use of space.

 

"As manufacturers roll out faster and faster systems, they need standardized connectivity components they can rely on to deliver the speed and design flexibility necessary for innovation," said Lucas Benson, product manager at TE Connectivity. "Our engineering teams are focused on developing future-minded solutions for the continuously increasing, always-on, data-driven world. The CDFP portfolio delivers high port and bandwidth densities while saving space to give designers a solution for the next generation of products."

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TE Connectivity

Menlo Park, CA

800-227-7040

856-662-8000

http://www.te.com

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