Datacenter solutions emerge, taking reliable connectivity and performance in space from concept to reality.

Fueled by the constant demand for increased connectivity and bandwidth placed on LEO satellites and constellations in orbit, the space industry is turning to datacenters to enable the new future of communications. Historically, data centers have been predominantly associated with military and commercial aerospace industries; now as datacenters prepare to take flight, critical space-specific design accommodations for passive and active components must be considered to meet strict space program requirements and the harsh demands of orbit.

In this webinar, TE Connectivity (TE) will discuss the important role of cabled backplane solutions in space to enable accessibility and reliability of high-speed internet access, data bandwidth and high-definition real-time image processing, along with other key factors attendees should consider when designing for connectivity performance in space.

Join TE product manager's Clint Schlosser and Zach Galbraith in this informative 30-minute webinar where they will highlight key advantages to cabled backplane solutions, including:

• Customizable bandwidth
• Thermal Management
• Outgassing performance
• Lightweight and small size
• Space specific manufacturing
• Tin Whiskering
• Configurable Connector System for multiple protocols up to 56Gb per channel with path to 112G on the horizon

Tue, Jul 12, 2022 · 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Via Satellite
Jeffrey Hill
Executive Editor, Via Satellite
Clint Schlosser
Product Manager, TE Connectivity
Clint Schlosser is a Product Manager for rectangular and small form factor connectors at TE Connectivity. He holds a B.S. in Electronics Engineering and MBA from Drexel University. He has experience with ruggedized rectangular connectors that are used in both aerospace and defense markets leading the development of high-speed harnesses for space.
Zach Galbraith
Manager, Product Management, TE Connectivity
Zach Galbraith is a team lead in TE’s Converged Data Solutions Team, within the Data and Devices business unit. His team is responsible for all internal interconnects and cable assemblies to support products in the hyper-scale and enterprise spaces, with focus on servers, storage, and compute applications. Zach holds a B.S. Industrial Engineering from Elizabethtown College and MBA from Shippensburg University.