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High-Speed Ethernet Connectivity Coming to Cars and Trucks

| December 11, 2017

Ethernet

In a continuing effort to support the future of connected mobility — cars, trucks and vans — Molex will unveil its latest solution at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, consisting of a 10 Gbps automotive Ethernet backbone solution that fully integrates highly reliable signal integrity, prioritization, scalability and security.

As a leading supplier of high-speed networking solutions, Molex is supporting OEMs in the development of in-vehicle networks that are secure, prioritized, reliable and high bandwidth.

Building upon its strength in cables, connectors, Ethernet switches, media modules, gateways and signal integrity innovation, Molex is addressing the increased demand for in-vehicle processing power by providing an end-to-end Ethernet-based solution that operates at high bandwidth across multiple hardware and software components.

“With the global automotive Ethernet market projected to grow by more than 20% each year over the next several years, OEMs are seeking solutions that are compatible with existing network components while being flexible enough to integrate new technology and accommodate different vehicle profiles,” said Dave Atkinson, director of business development, connected mobility solutions, Molex. “Our solution is based on a future-ready, automotive-grade gateway delivering seamless integration across multiple hardware and software systems and legacy automotive protocols.”

As OEMs begin adopting Ethernet-based systems for new designs, they must also continue to rely on legacy networks where cost advantages apply. With longstanding experience in automotive requirements and data-heavy applications for industries such as telecommunications and computing, Molex has the expertise to help manufacturers introduce more functionality across their vehicle while containing costs, minimizing weight and helping to meet space-constrained packaging requirements.

Category: Connected Fleet News, General Update, News

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