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2011-04-12 07:00:00

WILMINGTON, Mass., April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Demands for increased network bandwidth and capacity, driven by rapid growth in IP video, Internet and mobile traffic, is challenging design engineers to find cable solutions that deliver increased power, higher speeds and greater density. Heilind Electronics, the largest interconnect distributor in North America, has partnered with FCI to offer MergeOptics products, further expanding its portfolio of high-speed I/O solutions. "We're...

2009-04-30 05:00:00

Companies to Collaborate on Ultra Low Power Active Interconnects SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Quellan Incorporated, a leader in Analog Signal Processing and RF Noise Cancellation ICs, today announced it has entered into a Strategic Alliance with Foxconn Technology Group. The Alliance will deliver thinner, higher performance, environmentally friendly interconnects to the high growth cloud computing, desktop and rich media display markets by combining Foxconn's Interconnect...

2009-03-16 11:00:00

- Partnership to Produce Smart and Active Ultra-Thin HDMI(TM)-Certified Cables for Consumer Electronics Sector - DUBLIN and NEW YORK and BRISBANE, Calif., March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- RedMere, a leader in advanced silicon chip development, today announced a collaboration with California-based Monster, the world's leading manufacturer of high-performance cables and accessories. The companies will join forces to create products which incorporate RedMere's leading-edge MagnifEye Active chip...

2009-01-08 05:00:00

Media Interconnect Chips Yield Industry's Thinnest HDMI, DisplayPort and USB3.0 Connections LAS VEGAS, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumer Electronics Show 2009 (CES) -- Quellan, Inc., a leader in Analog Signal Processing and RF Noise Cancellation ICs, today announced Q:Active Media Interconnect, a semiconductor product line for the rapidly growing Media Interconnect marketplace. The Company also demonstrated these chips delivering 10.2 Gbps full bandwidth DisplayPort over 40 gauge copper...

2008-10-13 06:00:28

In March 2007, Joe Weitz left his position of 15 years as International Purchasing Manager for Cables to Go/Lastar Inc. to form American Consumer Cables.com. Today Weitz and the four fellow United States Air Force veterans he partners with at American Consumer Cables oversee one of the largest online providers of technology-based connectivity solutions; one that provides over 5,000 discounted connectivity product solutions including audio cables, Cat5E cables, video cables, HDMI cables,...

2008-09-04 09:00:24

Cables To Go(TM), a leading provider of high-performance cabling and connectivity solutions, today announced the ability to run digital signals over analog cables with its award-winning RapidRun(TM) modular cabling system and standard 5-coax cables. By enabling an analog cable to carry a digital signal, users can avoid costly cable upgrades and the hassle of replacing an in-wall cable installation. "Cables to Go has developed RapidRun, the only digital modular cabling system available, in...

2008-06-23 00:00:12

By Dick Tan AS the consumer audiovisual industry prepares to fully embrace digital/highdefinition video and TV standards, the traditional type of cables used to connect the various types of audio-visual components are expected to undergo a change. The HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface) cable is set to replace, if not already replacing the mass of analogue cables that we are so familiar with. Where multiple cables are required to transmit analogue audio and video (component video...

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