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We are in the midst of a tremendous transformation in the automotive industry. As autonomous vehicles become ubiquitous, the demand for data density and speed will soar. McKinsey & Company predicts that the amount of data transmitted through a connected vehicle (and to and from the cloud) is approximately 25GB of data per hour and will increase to nearly 500GB of data per hour once vehicles are truly autonomous. (Source: Statista/McKinsey)
Molex has developed multi-gigabit technologies designed to keep data flowing swiftly and securely within vehicles and beyond to the cloud. The next evolution of our award-winning 10Gbps Automotive Ethernet Network Platform delivers a complete vehicle ecosystem with seamless multi-zone integration across hardware, software and interconnect cabling systems, with the flexibility to incorporate legacy automotive protocols LIN, CAN, FlexRay, LVDS and other legacy automotive protocols—and the scalability needed for future upgrades. By integrating features such as superior signal integrity, network traffic prioritization, system scalability and security, the Molex platform addresses demand for more in-vehicle processing power while helping automakers redefine what’s possible in terms of autonomous vehicle technology today—and for the future.
Through our collaborative process, Molex engineers use their expertise to implement every technical advantage available to deliver an effective solution. From design concept through mass production, the goal of our holistic approach is to ensure the best possible performance of the entire user interface. Discover the future of connected mobility at molex.com.
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