Boyd Chan, wrote an article June 3rd 2016 that was published on Neowin the talks about how SanDisk released a new USB 3.1 flash drive with both Type-A and Type-C connectors. This can be seen in the HP Spectre laptop crams three ports used to power and recharge the devices.


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RS Components, the European and United Kingdom trading brand of Electrocomponents, has recently introduced the NECTOR M power system series from TE Connectivity. The NECTOR M power system series has been designed to serve the construction industry by increasing seamless integration and design flexibility into existing and new designs. The NECTOR M power system series is ideal for contractors and designers who may be operating in a variety of industries. The NECTOR M power system series was engineered to offer a pluggable connectivity solution for harsh and outdoor environments.


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Molex, the American manufacturer of electrical, electronic, and fiber optic interconnection systems for a variety of industries, has recently introduced their Brad HarshIO Ethernet modules in order to offer a dependable solution for connecting industrial safety controllers to actuators and sensors in harsh duty environments. Molex Incorporated provides offerings for more than 100,000 products in the defense industry, aerospace industry, automotive industry, industrial automation industry, medical industry, as well as many more other industries.


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The DisplayPort Connector was developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) and is a digital display interface. This interface is mainly used in order to connect a video source to a display device, such as a computer screen or monitor. The DisplayPort Connector may also be used to carry USB, audio, as well as other forms of data.


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The IEEE 2016 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) will be held in San Francisco, California, from May 22nd to May 27th at The Moscone Center. Here at this International Microwave Symposium, Molex will be presenting their diverse and innovative portfolio of RF/Microwave cable assemblies as well as connectors. Molex, the manufacturer of electronic, electrical, and fiber optic interconnection systems, will be displaying their portfolio in booth 1911. Molex designs, develops, and delivers integrated RF/Microwave solutions for a variety of industries, including medical, automotive, wireless, instrumentation, telecom, as well as defense and aerospace.


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On May 2nd 2016, Fischer Connectors released a new article on the Fisher Minimax Series. This series displays how small the connectors are. To give you an idea or a picture of how small these are, the Fischer connectors are smaller than a pin.


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Mary Gannon released an article on Connector Tips discussing the new announcement of the new type of push and pull interconnect series PL for industrial and medical applications. These ITT Cannon interconnects are plastic and are considered high performance.


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The new PCI Express 4.0 spec running at 16 Gbps per lane is being supported by the 2nd generation Optical Copper (Cu) Link interconnect system for inside and outside the box. Molex’s Nano Pitch connector and cable assembly system was selected by the PCI-SIG committee and is the option for the newly developing SAS 4.0 spec 24 Gbps per lane performance storage links. Internal cable assemblies, PCB receptacle connectors, shielded external cable assemblies and port receptacle connectors are nearing the final design and business case inputs by suppliers of tooling development. Some suppliers are expected to design their connector product to be able to support the next generation of PCI Express 5.0 which is running at 32 Gbps per lane for future proofing and reduction of development costs within the next few years.


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Connect and Cable Assembly Supplier released an article March 30th, 2016 talking about what we need to know about the USB Type C. It was Lynnette Reese from Mouser Electronics that has given us this information.


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Kestrel Engineering Ltd recently released a new device, known as the Saf-Deflat-Aer Screw-On, which can be very useful in reducing noise levels when deflating aircraft wheels. The device is meant to reduce noise levels by more than 20 A-Weighted decibels and this is a huge reduction in noise levels considering the noise emitted during wheel deflation. For example, the wheel of a Boeing 747 which has been inflated to 195 psi is deflated by removing the valve core. This can result ear shattering noise levels of up to 117 A-Weighted decibels. This levels are very unsafe and very high according to current international safety standards.


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