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1 06, 2016

Electronic Connectors Shrink to Fit

by Robert Hult, ( Originally posted on ) Incredible advances in processor and memory technology have mandated shrinking all other electronic components from chip capacitors to connectors and the circuitry that joins them. The connector industry has responded to these challenges by introducing new classes […]

11 02, 2016

Connectors Get Smaller, Tougher for Wearables

by Spencer Chin, ( Originally posted on ) Wearable electronics – whether they are smart watches, smart glasses, personal health monitors, or electronics embedded in clothing – continue to be one of the biggest sectors driving demand for miniature connectors that are able to withstand […]

11 01, 2016

Where are super low profile mezzanine solutions used?

By David Brearley, ( Originally posted on ) With today’s handheld and wearable devices, there is not much room left for connectors, especially in the thickness dimension. Devices in this category included the ubiquitous smartphones, as well as tablets, gaming devices, and wearables – anything that you want to be as small as possible. In devices  like these, there are lots of low profile mezzanine connectors […]

2 12, 2015

Neoconix USB 3.1 (Type C) X-BeamTM Bridge for Mobile Platforms

Neoconix (, a leading provider of high performance connector solutions, today announced the availability of its innovative USB 3.1 X-Beam Bridge connector solution.  As the newest member of the FPConnectedTM family, the product features superior signal integrity, repairability, and cost savings for leading-edge […]

3 11, 2015

Configurable Connectors in Mobile Electronics

By David Chen, ( First published at ) Today’s market for mobile electronics products is fiercely competitive. Product success requires not only creativity and innovation but also an ability to execute very rapid product development cycles. In many cases, the bulk of development attention goes into the functional units that directly impact the “selling […]

12 10, 2015

Miniature, Microminiature and Ultraminiature – How small can connectors go?

By Bob Stanton (first published on What’s happening with connector sizes these days? The evolution of connectors in our phones and laptops, the change in TV connectors – all seem to be getting smaller and denser. Even the military is demanding smaller and lighter connectors for their portable electronics. The question is, how small can connectors go – miniature, microminiature, and ultraminiature. […]

8 09, 2015

Military Wearables Enhance Soldier Capabilities

By David Shaff (first published on New wearables, including augmented reality technology and devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT), will not (yet) make the new soldier or airman look like Iron Man, although “Iron Man Suit” is the nickname used by the Army to describe concepts for its Future Force Warrior Program. The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (TALOS) is in development by the US Special Operations […]

7 04, 2015

Neoconix Introduces LPM Family of Ultra-Thin Electrical Connectors

Enabling the Latest Advancements in Mobile and Wearable Electronics with Industry Leading Flex-to-Board Connector Standard Products Neoconix today announced immediate availability of its LPM (Low Profile Mobile) family of standard connectors utilizing its PCBeam™ technology. Featuring an ultra-low profile mated height of 0.28mm, the product family has been developed specifically for flex-to-board connections in mobile applications such as tablet […]

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