November 12, 2010
HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 11 -- Tyco Electronics (TE) will showcase its latest high-speed interconnects and cable assemblies at SC10, booth #4413, November 15-18 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.
At the event, TE will participate in the SCinet infrastructure build out that includes an InfiniBand network -- a tradition at SC10 that involves the development of a meaningful datacenter infrastructure supported by products from multiple SC10 exhibitors. This infrastructure will provide the necessary network resource for the entire exhibition. TE will demonstrate its broad interconnect capabilities by providing the QSFP copper and QSFP active optical cables to support the InfiniBand network of Quad Data Rate (QDR) 40, 80 and 120-Gbps circuits.
TE will further demonstrate its fiber optics capabilities by linking the QDR circuits to a server in its booth through TE 100-meter QSFP cables. This server will stream a live 3D graphics flight simulator video, sourced from the central SCinet Infrastructure, in the TE booth -- allowing attendees to experience a "cockpit" view of a flight over Salt Lake City, Utah.
In addition, TE will illustrate high-speed capabilities through a demonstration of its next-generation I/O connectors that support 4 x 25G channels.
TE products on display will include STRADA Mesa, STRADA Whisper and RJ point five connectors; active copper cable assemblies; and various magnetics products.
A fresh addition to the product display this year will be new high-speed InfiniTwist cables. The cables were developed earlier this year to improve cable management, reduce parallel-pair termination issues, decrease time-delay skew and improve mode conversion.
For more information about Tyco's booth at SC10, visit its event webpage at http://www.te.com/tradeshow/Super-Computing-2010/.
About Tyco Electronics
Tyco Electronics Ltd. is a leading global provider of engineered electronic components, network solutions, specialty products and subsea communication systems, with fiscal 2010 sales of US$12.1 billion to customers in more than 150 countries. We design, manufacture and market products for customers in a broad array of industries including automotive; data communication systems and consumer electronics; telecommunications; aerospace, defense and marine; medical; energy; and lighting. With approximately 7,000 engineers and worldwide manufacturing, sales and customer service capabilities, Tyco Electronics' commitment is our customers' advantage. More information on Tyco Electronics can be found at http://www.te.com/.
SC10, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) offers a complete technical education program and exhibition to showcase the many ways high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis lead to advances in scientific discovery, research, education and commerce. This premier international conference includes a globally attended technical program, workshops, tutorials, a world class exhibit area, demonstrations and opportunities for hands-on learning. For more information on SC10, visit http://sc10.supercomputing.org/.
Source: Tyco Electronics Ltd.
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