The emergence of cloud computing and increasingly more complex data processing technology are driving the development of network infrastructure to support the growth of bandwidth-intensive high-speed data transmission. High-performance laminate materials are at the core of network infrastructure design. Rogers’ high-speed, low-loss circuit materials enable system designers the flexibility to design leading edge computing systems that maximize data throughput and minimize latency in demanding applications.

Enabling Higher Speeds & Higher Layer Counts

As the consumer demand for faster and more data drives channel speeds of service provider IP infrastructure beyond 25 Gbps, high performing circuit materials enable higher network performance. When it comes to network design, one of the limiting factors in increasing the speed and reliability of network infrastructure is signal attenuation. Using the right circuit materials in network infrastructure components makes a world of difference. Rogers' circuit materials offer low insertion loss and low dielectric constants combined with superior thermal/mechanical performance for the most demanding high layer count applications.

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