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Molex Recognized by Autonomous Vehicle Technology Magazine for Groundbreaking Automotive Ethernet Platform

Automotive Ethernet Platform

LISLE, Ill.–Molex was selected by the editors of Autonomous Vehicle Technology (AVT) magazine as a recipient of an ACES Award. The awards honor the most innovative technologies, products, and services of the year in the areas of autonomy, connectivity, electrification, and mobility services. Molex was recognized for its Automotive Ethernet Platform, a complete vehicle ecosystem developed to support the rigorous autonomous vehicle design challenges faced by vehicle manufacturers.

Winners of the inaugural AVT ACES Awards were selected based on editor, industry expert, and reader inputs.

The Molex Automotive Ethernet Platform is said to deliver seamless multi-zone integration across multiple hardware and software systems, with the flexibility to incorporate legacy automotive protocols. The high-speed vehicle network platform allows for edge computing, network and device diagnostics, and over-the-air updates with seamless and secure communication between the vehicle and the cloud.

“Molex is proud to have its Automotive Ethernet Platform recognized by Autonomous Vehicle Technology magazine as one of the year’s most noteworthy technological achievements in the fast-changing autonomous vehicle development space,” said Bill Fitzer, global vice president and general manager, Connected Mobility Solutions, Molex, in a prepared statement. “With our extensive expertise in high-speed data transmission, prioritization, scalability, and security, Molex is committed to developing next-generation solutions for our connected mobility customers.”

Molex said that its connected mobility products leverage the company’s more than half a century of experience in developing high-speed networking for the datacom, industrial, and automotive industries.

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