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The Black Swans of Technology
Phil Gilchrist discusses technology black swans (unexpected technology developments that change what’s possible in the world).
HW mQSFP Case Study
"I like nurturing technologies for the next generation."
"When we are proactive instead of reactive, our customers feel confident."
"The progression of technology by silicon companies is influential because what they develop drives products and puts emphasis on development."
"I use our customers’ experience and new technology to drive solutions and innovate."
Using the breadth of the TE product line to meet her customers’ technical challenges.
Jaren has worked in Product Management with TE Connectivity for seven years. He is currently leading the team to develop next generation processor sockets.
"Speeds are going up, and we already need to be thinking about what will happen in five years."
QSFP product expert Lucas Benson seeks to understand the competitors and to exceed customer expectations.
Melissa Knox works to help solve problems for her customers.
Mike Tryson discusses how he stays in tune with market trends and the needs of his customers.
TE's cutting-edge solutions anticipate today’s big data needs – and account for tomorrow’s forward-looking designs.
Cloud computing and bandwidth-intensive applications have made the data center more important than ever, and managers want to squeeze every last bit of performance out of its architecture, even down to the connector level.
There are a number of variables to consider when choosing Mini-SAS HD interconnects, and here TE offers tips on how to specify Mini-SAS HD connectors and cable assemblies to achieve the necessary performance level.
Wherever you are in the design process, we’re ready with market-proven connectivity solutions. You’ll be ready to meet the future’s requirements, today.
High-speed connectivity is driving innovation in data center design. Our mid-board copper solutions are engineered to enable this innovation.
Phil Gilchrist discusses technology black swans (unexpected technology developments that change what’s possible in the world) and why they dominate.
Phil Gilchrist discusses three developments that could lead to a Cloud with “country codes.”
Philip Gilchrist, VP and CTO for Data and Devices, talks about his experience at MineCon 2015.
A Study of NRZ & Multi-Level Modulation in Alternative Backplane Architectures.
Addressing the demands of today's data centers requires a new level of flexibility, scalability and agility in design, execution and operation.
From “Big Data” and the Internet of Things (IoT) to wearable devices, 4K television, and 5G wireless networks, market forces are driving the need to move more data faster than ever to more places.
I/O solutions that address both EMI containment and thermal performance issues in communication and networking.