Traditional machine hardwiring involves a virtual maze of wires and cables. In modern machine setups, electrical, signal and data contact points can number into the hundreds for complex operations or multifunctional machines.
As the holidays wind down, many of us at Molex are still busy as we prepare for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, being held January 9-12, 2018 in Las Vegas. CES provides a global stage for the launch of exciting new innovations and we are excited to showcase ours.
Even in the age of instant digital communication, trade shows are still a great opportunity to talk in-depth about industry trends and, for exhibitors, to get one-on-one reactions to your product portfolios. That was the case for Molex at the DatacenterDynamics Webscale Conference and Expo, which was held July 19-20 at the San Jose Convention Center. As an exhibitor, we were part of the discussion that went on throughout the show on the future of digital infrastructure.