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November 14, 2011
Company thought leaders showcase depth of knowledge with technical demonstrations, presentation and a range of products/solutions in Booth 4709
LISLE, Ill., Nov. 14 – Molex Incorporated will showcase its proven expertise in high-speed, high-density and high-signal integrity interconnect technology at Super Computing 2011, November 12 – 18, Seattle, WA. The company’s portfolio includes a wide range of products and solutions from electrical and fiber optic interconnects to switches and application tooling. In addition, company thought leaders will conduct ongoing product demonstrations in booth 4709 and Molex’s advanced technical market manager for industry standards, Jay Neer, will present a technical paper on Enhanced Thermal Solutions for 25 Gbps Pluggable I/Os on Wednesday, November 16, 2:00 p.m. in room WSCC 613/614.
Technical Paper Presentation
Wednesday, November 16, 2:00 p.m., room WSCC 613/614: Jay Neer will provide an overview of thermal solutions implemented on current 10 Gbps pluggable I/Os for the single channel (SFP+), quad channel (QSFP+) and 10/12 Channel (CXP) form factors, along with a snapshot of activities progressing within various organizations to address the additional cooling requirements that accompany next generation 25 Gbps interconnect solutions.
Molex will have on display the following high-speed interconnect products and solutions:
The demonstrations will take place in Molex booth 4709 and showcase the company’s commitment to developing next-generation solutions for its customers:
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About Molex Incorporated
Providing more than connectors, Molex delivers complete interconnect solutions for a number of markets including high performance computing, data communications, telecommunications, consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, medical, military, lighting and solar. Established in 1938, the company operates 39 manufacturing locations in 16 countries. The Molex website is www.molex.com. Follow us at www.twitter.com/molexconnectors, watch our videos at www.youtube.com/molexconnectors, connect with us at www.facebook.com/molexconnectors and read our blog at www.connector.com.
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