EMC & Technica to Introduce New Ultra High Speed Materials at DesignCon 2018


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Increasing transmission speeds require the need to support the future in 100 to 400GbE switch or router, 5G wireless network, PCIe 4.0/ 5.0 mega-data center and HPC, as well as other high technology designs, Elite Material Co., Ltd. (EMC) has officially released EM-528, EM-528K, EM-890 and EM-890K halogen-free ultra-high speed materials which enable high speed signals to be transmitted at 25 to 64Gbps with consistent reliability and performance.

According to EMC’s beta-site test results, EM-528 Very Low Loss material was designed with Dk: 3.5/ Df: 0.0060@10GHz (by cavity resonator under 65% resin content) and has similar insertion loss performance as the current leading laminate materials applied for 100GbE network with significant cost reduction; while EM-890K Ultra Low Loss material was formulated with Dk: 2.9/ Df: 0.0024@10GHz (by cavity resonator under 65% resin content) which outperforms any current leading laminate materials used for 400GbE market with the most competitive cost.

EMC is confident that these new advanced halogen-free ultra high-speed materials will be the best solutions for both OEMs and ODMs who have long been in the trade-off dilemma between performance and cost. Stated by Albert Tung, President of EMC, “EM-528, EM-528K, EM-890 and EM-890K once again demonstrates our continued innovation and commitment to meet the halogen-free requirements of the most cutting edge high-speed PCB designs developed by Datacom, Telecom, Server and Storage industries."

Frank Medina, president of Technica USA added, “EMC is the global leader of halogen-free laminates and also enjoys the outstanding reputation of its world class quality. Not only have these new products exceled due to its electrical and thermal performances but they also provide our customers with unbeaten value they can truly trust and rely on.”

EMC and Technica invite OEMs, ODMs and PCB fabricators to stop by Booth #202 at DesignCon 2018 to learn more about these and other high speed products offered by EMC.

About Technica, USA

Technica, USA provides the highest quality equipment and process materials, manufactured worldwide, for the printed circuit board fabrication and assembly markets as well as the microelectronic, photovoltaic and printed electronics markets. For more information on Technica, USA, please click here.

About Elite Materials Co., Ltd

Elite Material Co., Ltd. (EMC), headquartered in Taoyuan, Taiwan, is known for its leading halogen-free technology and is the 5th largest laminator in the world providing PCB base material solutions for the datacom, telecom, server, storage, automotive and hand-held applications.

EMC also provides world-class quality Mass Lamination service in Taiwan to serve global PCB industry for max. PCB layer count up to 18L with 2/ 2 mils fine line and sequential lamination capability.

For more information, please visit EMC here.  

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