News Briefs for October 7, 2014
Read on to learn more about the news briefs for October 7, 2014.
TTI has expanded its warehousing and logistics space at its European headquarters outside Munich, Germany as a direct response to growth. The company has added an extra 8,000 square meters of floor area – an increase of about 25% – in order to continue to honor its commitment to be a stocking distributor with wide and deep inventory across the franchise portfolio. The extra space will also be used to expand its value-added capabilities to include a new cable and wire re-spooling service.
ITT and its Veam and Cannon brands announced the completion of a connector upgrade project with Danish Railways (DSB). ITT Veam and ITT Cannon blue-generation FRCIR series and CA Bayonet connectors made it possible to maintain the well-established reliability of DSB railcars, helping ensure safe transportation across Denmark. ITT offered the DSB project team a customized solution that addressed its specific rail application needs and parameters.
Pasternack released its 2014 RF product guide. The company’s latest 264-page catalog contains thousands of in-stock Pasternack products such as RF cable assemblies, an expanded portfolio of RF amplifiers, 60GHz systems and modules, and hundreds of other passive and active RF components, all available for same-day shipping worldwide. To coincide with the launch of the RF catalog, Pasternack has also introduced 24/7 support to allow customers all over the world to place orders, request quotes, and ask questions around the clock.
Mouser Electronics signed a global distribution agreement with Eurotech, a leading supplier of embedded technologies, products, and systems. Headquartered in Amaro Italy, Eurotech manufactures a wide range of reliable embedded products from single board computers (SBCs), data communications equipment, I/O cards, rugged mobile computers, IP networking equipment, development kits, and a machine-to-machine integration platform, the Everywhere Cloud.
On September 21st, WAGO Corporation celebrated 35 years of operational excellence in the North American marketplace. WAGO entered the North American marketplace with its revolutionary CAGE CLAMP technology in 1979. North American operations have grown from three employees to more than 150 today.
Additionally, WAGO promoted Jesse Cox to the position of field applications engineer for the Pacific Northwest region. Cox has served as WAGO’s regional sales manager for Oregon, Washington, and Idaho since 2012. Cox has been recognized for “Application of The Year” for the past two years by his colleagues and previously held positions in application support and sales at Platt Electric and Kinetic solutions.
The CDFP Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) released specifications for the CDFP 2.0 interoperable hot-pluggable modules. Designed for resource-intensive applications in telecommunications, networking, and enterprise computing environments, the CDFP interface enables data rates of 25Gb/s over 16 lanes for an aggregate of 400Gb/s on a single module with excellent signal integrity, thermal cooling properties, and EMI protection. Complete specifications for the CDFP 2.0 interoperable hot-pluggable modules and a complimentary white paper entitled “CDFP Delivers 400 Gb/s Today” are available on the CDFP MSA homepage.
FCI will feature its latest solutions and applications at Ceatec Japan 2014 this week. Held annually at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba prefecture, Ceatec Japan is a forum for the latest achievements and trends shaping future lifestyles. FCI will feature its consumer interconnect solutions, which include the 1.2mm wire-to-board connectors, the FFC/FPC range of products, and universal contacts and customized interconnect solutions, as well as a showcase of consumer devices/wearable products.
L-com Global Connectivity has partnered with Glenn International of Puerto Rico as a manufacturer’s representative to sell L-com’s HyperLink Technologies wireless products. This partnership provides L-com with increased business opportunities in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and Central America and adds new product capabilities to Glenn International’s expansive offering.
Contech Research and connNtext Associates announced the fall Connector Fundamentals and Power Seminars to be held November 10 and 11 (the Fundamentals) and November 12 (the Power). The seminars, presented by Tom Peel, president of Contech Research, and Dr. Bob Mroczkowski of connNext Associates, cover a wide range connector- and contact-related topics such as design, materials, testing, and more. The seminars are held at the Colonel Blackinton Inn in Attleboro, Mass. For more information, contact Tom Peel or Dr. Bob.
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