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AcceleRate® High-Speed Open-Pin-Field Micro Arrays

AcceleRate® High-Speed Open-Pin-Field Micro Arrays

AcceleRate® 0.635 mm pitch micro arrays feature a flexible open-pin-field design and 112 Gbps PAM4 extreme performance.


FEATURES

  • 0.635 mm pitch open-pin-field array
  • 56 Gbps NRZ/112 Gbps PAM4 performance
  • Cost optimized solution
  • Low-profile 5 mm and up to 10 mm stack heights
  • Up to 400 total pins available; roadmap to 1,000+ pins
  • Data rate compatible with PCIe® Gen 5 and 100 GbE
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High-Speed Board-to-Board & Backplane Guide

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SERIES

APM6

0.635 mm Pitch AcceleRate® Micro Array Terminal

Features
  • Open-pin-field for grounding and routing flexibility
  • 56 Gbps NRZ/112 Gbps PAM4 performance
  • Up to 400 total pins available; roadmap to 1,000+ pins
  • Low-profile 5 mm and up to 10 mm stack heights
  • Data rate compatible with PCIe® Gen 5 and 100 GbE
0.635 mm Pitch AcceleRate® Micro Array Terminal

APF6

0.635 mm Pitch AcceleRate® Micro Array Socket

Features
  • Open-pin-field for grounding and routing flexibility
  • 56 Gbps NRZ/112 Gbps PAM4 performance
  • Up to 400 total pins available; roadmap to 1,000+ pins
  • Low-profile 5 mm and up to 10 mm stack heights
  • Data rate compatible with PCIe® Gen 5 and 100 GbE
0.635 mm Pitch AcceleRate® Micro Array Socket

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