Thank you for reaching out. We currently don't have this information available, however, we have contacted Amphenol on this matter and we will notify you once we have an update.
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Answered 2 weeks, 4 days ago.
Just an update here. We have reached out to Amphenol but they were not able to provide us with an answer, we are waiting for further investigation on their side.
In the meantime, upon investigating, we were able to find that this kind of Swift connector is used in applications for PCIe® Gen5 signal (for example an SSD PCIe Gen 5) NRZ 32GT/s, UPI 2.0 24GT/s, 24Gb/s SAS signal (Intel processor). This connector is compliant with PCIe® Gen 5 Standard, Intel UPI 2.0, and T10/Serial Attached SCSI (SAS-4), you can use a SAS-4 connector/drive cable.
PCIe 5 is essentially just a new standard of the PCI Express that brings a set of advancements over the last one i.e. PCIe 4.0. PCIe Gen 5 is the next big thing for computer peripherals.
I hope this helps!
Answered 2 weeks, 3 days ago.