TE Connectivity, a global technology and manufacturing leader, recently introduced its brand-new product line of connectors. The new connectors and cages will be able to bring a speed of 28 gigabits of data rates per second, the fastest rate the globe has seen thus far. The new levels allow designers of high-speed networking systems to have a larger range of flexibility. These connector and cable assemblies are completely customizable and support PCle Gen 3 system requirements.
These connectors are CDFP which enable the highest bandwidth and port densities on the pluggable market. Each connector has 16 different channels, all with data rates up to 28 gigabits per a second.
These connectors can handle a bandwidth that totals 400Gbps, proving that TE connectivity is keeping up with the worlds increasing data usage. The assembly of these connectors consists of a simple one-piece, press-fit pluggable output/input design allows for standardization and flexibility. This design is highly attractive for high-speed networking applications which include high-performance computing systems, controller cards, servers, routers, and network interface cards.
TE Connectivity is a $13-billion-dollar technology company with a goal of producing the fastest components in today's world. Over the past 75 years, TE Connectivity has provided sensor and connectivity solutions that have led to advancements in medical technology, data communications, industrial applications and home. This global company employs more than 78,000 individuals with 7,000 of those individuals being engineers. The company is redefining what is deemed ‘possible’ by using their expertise in science to manufacturing whatever their customer needs. Whether its technology that is three to four generations from now, or solving a current problem, TE connectivity is up to the challenge.
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AT&T announced that it will expand and open its 1Gbps fiber optic broadband service to 38 more additional cities. This will bring the city total to 58 locations.
Two years ago, AT&T launched their GigaPower in Austin, Texas to fight against Google Fiber. Most of all of Texas has is equipped with the GigaPower along with many of California’s cities. Within the 38 additional, some of the large cities include San Francisco and San Jose, California, Detroit, Michigan, and Columbus, Ohio.
As for Google Fiber, they announced that they have picked up 18 cities, including Oklahoma City and Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida. Jeffrey Kagan, an independent analyst, mentions that AT&T is expanding more quickly than its competitor. “With today's announcement, AT&T GigaPower is far outpacing every other competitor, even Google Fiber."
In addition to this statement, Kagan talks about his prediction for the future and how AT&T has a winning edge.
"Gigabit Internet is one important key to the future. Cities that get it early on have a competitive advantage. Eventually, every city will have to have this or they will be at a competitive disadvantage."
Not only has AT&T expanded more quickly, they have also been very strategic in terms of pricing. According to The Consumerist, AT&T tends to charge up to $40 more per month in markets where it's not competing with Google Fiber; the typical monthly range is $70 to $110.
AT&T GigaPower is considered to be completely 100% fiber-optic built all the way to your home while using the latest wifi technology to create the best in-home experience and also available with enhanced TV, digital voice, and DVR compatibility. Twenty-five songs can be downloaded in one second, an HD TV show can be downloaded in 3 seconds, and an HD movie can be downloaded in 36 seconds with GigaPower.
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The Federal Communications Commission has fined the country’s second-largest cellular carrier, AT&T, with the largest fine they have ever issued: $100,000,000. That’s a hundred million dollars. The FCC is accusing AT&T for violating the FCC’s rules on corporate transparency, claiming that AT&T has been improperly “throttling” internet speeds for customers who thought they were paying for “unlimited” data.
The Federal Communications Commission has revealed that when AT&T customers surpass a certain data threshold, AT&T would improperly slow down their internet speeds. AT&T has been utilizing this practice since 2011, eliciting thousands of complaints to the FCC from thousands of AT&T customers. The FCC believes that AT&T violated their rules on corporate transparency by not correctly disclosing their policy to their customers. Many AT&T customers were misled into signing up for “unlimited” data plans. This practice has affected millions of AT&T customers. Unfortunately for these customers, they are very unlikely to receive any money from this fine. Instead, the money will go to the United States Treasury.
"Consumers deserve to get what they pay for,” said FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler. “Broadband providers must be upfront and transparent about the services they provide. The FCC will not stand idly by while consumers are deceived by misleading marketing materials and insufficient disclosure.”
AT & T has disputed these charges and claims that they will fight this fine. The company said in a statement, “The FCC has specifically identified this practice as a legitimate and reasonable way to manage network resources for the benefit of all customers, and has known for years that all of the major carriers use it.”
For AT&T, this fine comes at a precarious time, as they are currently trying to persuade regulators to approve its $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV, the county’s largest satellite TV provider.
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At the Mobile World Congress trade show held in Barcelona, Spain in March of 2015, a number of network providers debuted documents outlining their vision of the next generation mobile networking system - 5G. The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance presented a white paper guiding the development of new platforms and standards. The 5G White Paper, containing the projected consolidated operator requirements for 5G, was developed by 100 experts worldwide. Viability and commercialization of the technology is anticipated for 2020.
At the conference, international companies presented information on 5G’s current progress. Deutsche Telekom, a German-based telecommunications company, described new systems - network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networks (SDN) - which they expect will form the backbone of a 5G’s integrated infrastructure. In addition, the company’s representatives believe that the technology will have the capability to go beyond purely mobile applications and be a globally integrated network standard with markets ranging from healthcare to automotive. The company projects that 5G speeds will be several orders of magnitude faster than LTE (the fastest network currently available).
The 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (5GPPP) released its own document entitled 5G Vision, which outlined key drivers of the technology, its disruptive capabilities, design principles, enabling technologies, spectrum considerations, and, finally, a projected timeline. In summary, the document touted 5G’s integrative qualities, higher quality of continuous service in high mobility or very dense/very sparse areas, and the utility of 5G in other mission critical services which require high reliability and low latency. 5G Vision delineated the technology’s essential components, which include: cellular and satellite systems, ultra-dense networks with small cells requiring improvements in interference mitigation, backhauling, and installation. Like Deutsche Telekom, 5GPPP identifies SDN and NFV as key performance technologies, but also references Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) and Fog Computing (FC). Additionally, the paper stated that very wide contiguous carrier frequencies (at least above 6 GHz) are necessary to satisfy 5G’s bandwidth requirements
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