North American Headquarters Location: Lisle, IL, USA The Big Picture: “’We are continually innovating and investing in new products, technologies, and markets. Molex also works closely with customers across the globe toRead More
March 19, 2013 – Molex’s next-generation HSAutoLink II system meets demand for multiple high-speed media protocols and network bandwidths up to 2.0 Gb/s.
Medical Device Design – Challenges of Miniaturization and Harsh Rural-Clinic Environments Smaller, lighter, more portable, and more affordable are the primary objectives for just about every medical device manufacturer. TheRead More
March 5, 2013–Flextronics recognizes Molex at 2012 regional supplier day.
March 5, 2013 – Integrated drop-in solution simplifies implementation of Power-over-Ethernet.
February 5, 2013– Awards recognize Molex’s outstanding contributions to Delphi’s excellence culture.
Molex Introduces First-to-Market LED Array Plastic Interconnection Technology Molex introduced an LED array holder technology with integral electrical, mechanical, and optical connectivity for optimal performance and to simplify design integrationRead More
Molex to Unveil EXTreme EnergetiC High-Current Connector System at DesignCon Molex will announce its new EXTreme EnergetiC High-Current Connector System at DesignCon Expo 2013, to be held January 29-30 atRead More
Whenever there is a tragedy in any area of the world, thinking about the impact on business comes second to thinking about the impact on individuals. But restoring a stable business environment is one of the first steps in bringing about recovery.
Molex Expedites Orders of Optical Quick-Turn Line Cable Assemblies Molex recently expanded support to data and telecommunications networking customers with the addition of Quick-Turn Line (QTL) Cable Assemblies, providing rapidRead More
November 6, 2012 – Molex Incorporated introduced a sealed rectangular connector system (SRC) designed for high circuit-count applications in harsh environments such as those found in agricultural machinery, construction, and mining equipment.
October 16, 2012 – Industrial communication products from leading connectivity manufacturers enable automation machines and devices to communicate with each other using a variety of protocols. Tom Schoder of Molex explains the latest advances in connector technology for industrial automation.