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Rugged optical interconnect conforming to VITA 66 introduced by TE Connectivity - News

June 28, 2024

HARRISBURG, Pa. TE Connectivity is expanding its line of VITA 66 optical backplane interconnects with the new VITA 66.5 Style D optical modules, which it describes as high-density modules that enable a rugged, blind-mate optical interconnect solution for defense, marine, and aerospace applications including avionics, secure communications, radar, and imaging systems.


High-density circular MT connectors conform to VITA 87, SOSA standards - News

February 06, 2024

HARRISBURG, Pa. Connectivity and sensor company TE Connectivity launched a new line of connectors: a family of VITA 87/SOSA [Sensor Open Systems Architecture] conformant high-density circular MT connectors, aimed at enabling higher density for next-generation embedded systems in a variety of areas.


High-speed video: unlocking fast and reliable connectivity - Story

February 20, 2023

Today’s video applications, particularly in the defense arena, are challenged by more complex video-signal processing from an increasing number of video sources with higher bandwidth and higher resolutions. Critical to defense applications: minimizing latency between video capture and display.


WEBCAST: How VITA and SOSA are leading the change Wednesday, Dec 2 at 2pm Est. - News

November 30, 2020

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona. With the rapid advancement of defense systems technology, new interconnect standards are enabling new possibilities for high-density, high-speed connections in harsh environments. This webcast, "Evolving Standards: How VITA and SOSA are Leading the Change," to be held December 2, 2020 at 2pm Est., explores embedded computing industry trends, as well as new and upcoming standards for rugged interconnects from the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium and VITA Standards Organization.


TE Connectivity acquires DRI Relays in power-segment move - News

November 02, 2020

HARRISBURG, Pa. TE Connectivity -- a $13 billion maker of sensors and connectors used in defense, data communications, medical, and other applications -- has acquired DRI Relays, which has operations in the U.S. and India.