Backplanes, Speed Gains & Architectural Autonomy: Evolution of Copper Interconnects

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Originally Aired - Thursday, February 2 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

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Location: Chiphead Theater


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Title: Backplanes, Speed Gains & Architectural Autonomy: Evolution of Copper Interconnects

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The ever-growing demand for data has led to both a rapid growth in data centers and a need to explore more efficient architectures. Speeds are increasing and systems are expanding and there are no signs of this trend reversing any time soon. We've certainly come a long way from massive mainframes with large PCB backplanes, but copper-based solutions continue to evolve to support the industry.

This presentation will introduce the options supporting for industry standards-based architectures and provide guidance for the corresponding connector and cabling options to optimize the link for speed, density, power, and physical reach. There may be no right or wrong way to implement your system but understanding some of the critical trade-offs will help users make a decision that works for you.

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Pass Type: 2-Day Pass, All Access Pass, Expo Pass


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