Our increasingly connected world and demands of growing data volume are affecting connectivity design. In data centers and enterprise networks, new generations of switches, routers, servers, and storage devices are handling more data at higher rates of speed. But what doesn’t change is the space available to implement those connections. Yesterday’s 12-port switches are today’s 48 or 96-port switches. Manufacturers have to make smaller and smaller connectors.
Connor supplies Precision, Miniaturized, Thin Gauge with High Tolerance Components like Spring Finger, Connector to Cage Assemblies used in 25Gbs to 100Gbs High-Speed Optic Transceivers and Connectors across multiple form factors. Materials we use for the parts include Beryllium Copper, Copper, Phosphor Bronze, Nickel Silver, and Stainless Steel. Connor’s in-house fabricated perpetual or high tool-life tooling allows us to stamp millions of parts with speed, efficiency, and high accuracy.