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Big Connectors Making Big Connections: Molex Engineers Collaborate to Create Emerging Technology
Many of the most impactful advancements in technology have been experienced in the automotive sector, inspired by an industry transformation aimed at delivering more efficient and cost-effective electric vehicles. This has resulted in a rapid rise in demand for technology that supports needed enhancements to these vehicles such as long-term energy storage to expand driving range and reduce charging time. Achieving the goal called for a new type of battery—one that combined the power of several smaller batteries aligned to a smaller form factor. This is how the Volfinity Project emerged
Data Center Challenges: Top 3 Design Considerations
Prior to the pandemic, data center demands were relatively predictable. Not anymore. With the remote worker locations constantly shifting and the further proliferation of connected devices, network management has become a major challenge. And it’s not just about provisioning enough routers and switches to keep the data flowing. Ensuring uptime, reliability, and security is far more complex in this highly-distributed environment.
Vehicle Architecture: The Innovation Turning Point
Along with the revolution in power, communication and autonomous driving, zonal architecture represents the biggest automotive design change in generations.
The Next Server/Storage Evolution: Processing Data in New Environments
Regardless of their location, smart machines and cars need real-time data processing, so reliance on huge warehouses of computing equipment will evolve.
Deep Experience in Electrical Products Enhances Worker Safety
A look back at Woodhead’s developments in electrical and lighting equipment that support worker safety can help the industrial world navigate the terrain ahead.
The Data Center on Wheels Speeds into View: Envisioning the Future of Automotive
The quickening pace of innovation in the automotive sector is gaining speed with the intensity and intrigue of a Fast & Furious film. The industry also is transforming rapidly, impacting next-generation vehicle architectures, driving experiences, partner ecosystems and production manufacturing. Increasingly, tomorrow’s cars and trucks will embody the traits and technologies of powerful computer systems fueled by software, storage, connectivity and computing—essentially performing like a “data center on wheels.”