Connectors, Cable Assemblies and Optical Transceivers for High Speed I/O Applications Up to 150 Gbps

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With today’s increasing demand for electronic equipment to transmit signals at continually higher speeds while continually reducing board space, design engineers are challenged with finding I/O and cable solutions that enable both higher data transfer rates and increased I/O density.

Learn how to maximize your system’s speed and I/O density using high speed I/O solutions that include optical transceivers, connectors and EMI cages, as well as passive copper and active optical cable assemblies, allowing for data transfer rates of up to 150 Gb per second.

For system hardware, signal integrity, or design engineers, this webinar will show-case FCI’s heritage of high-speed interconnect design and signal integrity expertise behind  high speed I/O solutions made for applications based on industry standards such as SFF-8470 or SFF-8088, or on customized cable assemblies to fit specific system architectures. Watch now!

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  • Gary Oleynick

    Gary Oleynick has been a Field Application Engineer for nearly the entire 25 years employed with FCI. He received his bachlor's degree in Chemistry from State University College of New York at Buffalo and his MBA from the University of San Diego.  Prior to FCI, Gary spent 6 years as a Product/Process Engineer for PCB development and production with Unisys.  Gary lives in Encinitas, California with his wife Barbara, son Eric and daughter Brooke.

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  • Your registration includes:
    • On-demand viewing for three months following the event
    • Access to the virtual event video content
    Not sure you can attend? No problem, all the video content will be available on-demand for three months.