Molex Receives Highest Rating in 2020 Lightwave Innovation Reviews

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Molex, a leading global manufacturer of electronic solutions, announces its Lumalink Optical Trace Cable Assembly was recognized as among the best in the industry by the judges of the 2020 Lightwave Innovation Reviews.

The Lightwave Innovation Reviews recognizes excellence in products, services and technology applicable to optical networks. Technology developers are invited to submit new or recently enhanced products or services for review by an independent panel of judges. This year’s judging panel included executives from network operators, technology vendors and industry research and analysis firms. Each entry is reviewed by at least three judges, who rate the entry on a scale of one to five based on its innovation and potential contribution to customer success. Entries that receive an average score of at least 3.5 achieve Honoree status. Molex received the Honoree score of five.

“I congratulate Molex on their score of five,” said Stephen Hardy, Lightwave editorial director and program manager of the 2020 Lightwave Innovation Reviews. “This program recognizes and rewards the top products and services available to the optical communications industry. Lumalink Optical Trace Cable Assemblies achieving Honoree status is a testament to Molex’s innovation.”

Lumalink Optical Trace Cable Assembly with high-density MPO connectors feature full illumination of the entire cable to facilitate advanced cable management by providing 100 percent visual identification of start and endpoints, slack storage locations and routing. It assists data center technicians with cable identification, cable management and high-density interconnects.

Molex will showcase the LumaLink Optical Trace Cable Assembly at the Optical Networking and Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC), taking place March 10-12, 2020 at the San Diego (CA) Convention Center in booth 3429.



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