Molex Accelerates the Automotive Industry with Next-Generation Solutions at IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP Automotive Technology Day

by donpedro

Molex, a leading supplier of high-speed networking, datacom, rugged industrial and automotive solutions that enable innovative architecture design and development for the intelligent vehicles of the future, will highlight their advanced Ethernet platform and what they are doing to help customers build the vehicles of tomorrow at the 9th Annual IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP Automotive Technology Day, September 24-25 held at the Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront Hotel in Detroit, Michigan.

Molex has developed multi-gigabit technologies designed to keep data flowing swiftly and securely within vehicles and while enabling delivery to the cloud.  The next evolution of their award-winning 10 Gbps Automotive Ethernet Network Platform delivers a complete vehicle ecosystem with seamless multi-zone integration across hardware, software and interconnect cabling systems, with the flexibility to incorporate legacy automotive protocols such as LIN, CAN, FlexRay, LVDS—and the scalability needed for future upgrades.

“The automotive industry is under a tremendous transformation and through our expertise we are working to develop effective solutions for our customers that redefine the landscape of autonomous vehicle networking technology today – and for the future,” said Joe Stenger, global product manager, in-vehicle networking, gateway and switch solutions, Molex.

By integrating features such as superior signal integrity, network traffic prioritization, system scalability and security, the Molex platform addresses demand for more in-vehicle processing power while helping automakers redefine what’s possible.

In addition to showcasing next-generation solutions, Molex experts will participate in several speaking and panel sessions. Harsh Patel, signal integrity engineering supervisor, will lead a discussion to explore how data centres transcend the in-vehicle network. Eric Scott, senior system architect, deep dives into a system level view of in-vehicle networks. Joe Stenger, advanced technology development manager, joins industry like minds in a panel session on Ethernet bandwidth and where does it end.

For more information about Molex, please visit booth C15/16 in Hall C at  IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP Automotive Technology Day or


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