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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.


SpaceVPX and the world of interconnect - Story

June 18, 2020

By C. Patrick Collier and Michael Walmsley

Open standards have been driving innovation more quickly to the end user in aerospace and defense applications for decades and now space systems are truly enbracing them. A perfect example is the SpaceVPX standard, which leverages the OpenVPX architecture through the interconnect solutions defined in VITA standards. This piece from SpaceVPX founder Patrick Collier and Michael Walmsley of TE Connectivity, the designers of the VPX and SpaceVPX interconnect, covers the basics of SpaceVPX, recent changes, and the importance of the standard interconnect, which drives down cost, results in a more robust supply chain, and maintains a path for future expansion.


Connecting 10G Ethernet in Harsh Environments - Eletter Product

May 12, 2020
TE Connectivity’s CeeLok FAS-T and CeeLok FAS-X connectors allow convenient field assembly, termination and repair—while supporting 10 GB/s speeds. Both comply with VITA standards and VPX protocols.