How Connected Devices are Transforming Markets: Are Your Designs Ready?

In this webinar Molex technical experts will discuss how connected devices are transforming markets and increasing the need for higher retention, compactness and the need to withstand rugged environmental requirements. Discover how new Molex wire-to-board signal connectors are providing solutions to address these key design challenges to help you meet design transformations.  

July 2, 2019

Congrats to our fifteen lucky winners chosen to receive the kits below!


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What you will learn

  • Key trends within the home and building automation markets

  • Introduction of new wire-to-board product solutions

  • How these new connector product solutions are adding value in addressing key design challenges

Duration: 1 Hour

45-minute Presentation

15-minute Q&A


Steven Drysdale

Director of Product Solutions

Molex, Inc

Steve Drysdale serves as the Director of Product Solutions for the Power and Signal Business Unit at Molex and he is responsible for the development and promotion of fine pitch wire-to-board connectors. Steve joined Molex in 2000 and has held positions as an inside sales representative, regional product manager, and director of product development in both Japan and Singapore. In his previous roles, he has developed solutions for key customers in the mobile, consumer and automotive markets. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from North Central College.

Brad Eissler

Business Development Manager

Molex, Inc

Brad Eissler is a Business Development Manager responsible for the development and promotion of Molex Consumer and Commercial product lines. He joined Molex in 2002 as an inside sales representative, and in 2004, he relocated to Japan to support US customers utilizing Japanese products. During his career at Molex he has relocated between the US and Japan to hold marketing, product management and account management roles working on the development of next generation mobile and consumer connector solutions. Brad has served as a product manager for the Antenna Business Unit, and as a group product manager for the High Speed I/O product line. He is a graduate of Purdue University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree.

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