Connecting the Dots: Leveraging the Linkages between Design and Manufacturing
In the current era of dynamic digital transformation, the kernel of creativity that lies behind the industry’s drive for genuine innovation – or better yet, disruption - can determine the success or failure of a company or brand initiative. Innovation is how value is created and added for the customer. It is how a company like Molex captures trends and ideas and implements them early in design to ensure they support customers’ need for innovation that ignites advantage.
Human-Centered Design: Where Form Meets Function
At the heart of every great product is a carefully choreographed effort to ensure the best possible customer experience. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the medical-device and drug-delivery sectors, where product performance can be measured by improved patient compliance and medical outcomes.
The Impact of Integration on Design, Development, Operations and Delivery
Looking inward to improve efficiencies at ‘home’ is a key foundational starting-point for achieving game-changing success in technology. But, just how challenging is it to make changes to deep-rooted systems and practices with an eye for the end game?
5G and AR/VR: Raising the Bar for Immersive Experiences
As a corporate strategist for Molex’s consumer business, I’m always exploring new technologies that promise far-reaching potential for end-users and the companies that support them. 5G is one such tech enabler that is propelling innovation across a multitude of industries.
10 Tech Enablers That Are Turning 5G Into Reality
5G represents the next generation of wireless communications. But while the promises of 5G networks with higher capacity, lower latency, and increased bandwidth are exciting prospects, the value of such technological advancements will only be realized when they are applied to real-world use cases that drive mutual benefit to the end user. This is why engineers globally are endeavoring to unleash the benefits of 5G into a broad range of applications including gaming, virtual reality, autonomous cars, and wireless surveillance, to name a few. In each case, 5G is expected to drive innovative new business models, as companies start to take advantage of enhanced connectivity.
The 5G Antenna Technology Challenge
The recent Molex 5G “The State of 5G” survey has revealed that a successful 5G roll-out is complex and intricate and involves many moving parts. One key element that rarely makes the headlines is the mobile antenna.