Date: Thursday, October 31, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsor: TTI and 3M
Duration: 30 Minutes
Electronics is continually given the challenge “How can we do more in less space?” And year after year, component footprints are shrinking while performance is improving, PCBAs are becoming more complex and are being consolidated. Cable is often an afterthought but it can be a key enabler to designing a compact, high-speed system. This webinar will discuss two products that are helping to enable these designs in a simple, elegant way.
What will you learn?
- How you can achieve 5-20 Gbps speeds while using a flat ribbon cable
- Flexible cable routing
- Field serviceability
Join Stephanie Owen, 3M’s Product Development Engineer supporting optical and copper interconnects, and John Sandy, TTI’s Supplier Marketing Manager as they review new market trends and 3M technology and products to achieve more in less space.
Stephanie Owen, Product Development Engineer, 3M
Stephanie Owen is a product development engineer at 3M supporting optical and copper interconnect. With 7 years of experience on the 3M Austin Interconnect team, Stephanie has contributed to multiple high-speed designs across the data center industry from both a mechanical design perspective as well as the program manager. Her years representing the 3M connector portfolio strengthen her growing expertise in the field. She enjoys the problem solving and collaboration necessary to create new products and constructing the puzzle to launch new programs. Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. In her free time, you can find Stephanie inspiring girls in STEM careers or SCUBA diving.
John Sandy, Supplier Marketing Manager, TTI
John Sandy, TTI Supplier Marketing Manager, has spent the last 18 years of his career at TTI, Inc., a globally recognized distributor of electronic components. John brings a wealth of industry knowledge from many previous management positions in both manufacturing and distribution. In his current position he has responsibility for working with TTI’s top-tier connector suppliers. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.