June 1, 2018

Molex announces new data center solutions for bandwidth needs

The move seeks to address rising hyper-scale requirements such as data rates and bandwidth requirements to provide high signal integrity.

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Data center infrastructure company Molex have announced a full line of data center solutions to address hyper-scale requirements of customers pertaining bandwidth and data rates. With this move, Molex aims to support increasing requirements of capacity and overall throughput by offering solutions that provide high signal integrity and low latency.

According to Molex, data center requirements are growing by more than 40% year-on-year and are expected to grow further by 2020. With factors such as cloud migration, edge computing and machine learning contributing to this growth, Molex say that meeting the varying needs of such customers becomes a mandate.

Molex claim that their new line of data center solutions will fulfill connectivity solutions that will take care of high signal integrity, lower latency and lower insertion loss for maximum efficiency, speed and density at data centers. They say that customers will have a long range of choice to ensure the maximum output of their own data centers.

Speaking about their data center solutions, Ryan Wade, Director of Data Center Sales at Molex, commented:

Effective design, implementation and management of data center infrastructure is optimized when working with suppliers who have the capabilities, expertise and scalability that today’s data centers demand.

Molex understands the orchestration required to coordinate communication between components and help customers with everything from designing integrated I/O cabling solutions for data centers to providing expertise to best structure their data centers to address their changing needs and help mitigate overall risk.

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