Amphenol Commercial ExtremePort™ G99 Swift Connectors

Amphenol Commercial ExtremePort™ G99 Swift Connectors are designed for unshielded, internal I/O connectors and are high-speed, very low-profile next-generation SAS-4/PCIE-5 interfaces. These connectors are smaller than mainstream connectors with a 0.6mm contact pitch. The ExtremePort™ G99 Swift connectors come with a robust metal shell on the receptacle onboard and a latch-on plug to provide a reliable connection.


  • Low profile connector saves space
  • 0.60mm pitch, 8X, and 16X configurations
  • Complete interconnecting solution for different applications
  • With 85Ω impedance and support PCIe® Gen 5 NRZ 32GT/s, UPI2.0 24GT/s, and SAS4.0 24Gb/s per lane
  • Performance targeted for next-gen PCIe® Gen 5
  • Supports internal I/O applications
  • Receptacle mates pluggable modules
  • Small form factor
  • High data rate
  • Low profile packaging
  • Supports desired high-speed design
  • Mating height (connector+cable plug) = 8.38mm
  • Designed for unshielded, internal I/O connectors
  • Compliant with PCIe® Gen 5 Standard, Intel UPI 2.0, and T10/serial attached SCSI (SAS-4)
  • Meets PCIe® Gen 5 NRZ 32G specification
  • Meets next-generation industry standards
  • Resonance dampening feature
  • Supports blade and mainstream server designs
  • Supports many assembly options
  • Meets environmental, health, and safety requirements


  • Mechanical performance:
    • 0.5N maximum/per pin mating force
    • 15u”Au:100 cycles and 30u”Au:250 cycles durability
    • 50N minimum latch retention force
    • 0.5N maximum/per pin insertion force
    • 0.04N minimum/per pin withdrawal force
  • 30V DC per contact maximum voltage rating
  • 0.5A per contact maximum current rating
  • 85Ω ± 10Ω differential impedance
  • -40°C to 85°C operating temperature range
  • UL 94V-0 rating
  • RoHS and halogen-free


  • Baseband
  • Commercial systems
  • Networking
  • Radio units
  • High-end computing system
  • Server and storage systems
Published: 2023-04-12 | Updated: 2023-04-21