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[December 04, 2012]

Molex Expedites Orders of Optical Quick-Turn Line Cable Assemblies for Networking Applications

LISLE, Ill. --(Business Wire)--

Molex Incorporated recently expanded support to data and telecommunications networking customers with the addition of Quick-Turn Line (QTL) Cable Assemblies, providing rapid order processing and shipping on custom length optical cable assemblies. The QTL assemblies will shorten lead times for customers requiring small to medium sized orders of Molex (News - Alert) optical cable assemblies.

"QTL cable assemblies provide industry and networking engineers with a trusted source for expedited delivery of custom length optical cables at competitive prices," says Eve Leal, program manager, Molex. "QTL cable assemblies are the ideal solution for customers requiring cables for test labs and completing urgent optical equipment installations."

Molex QTL cable assemblies are available in custom lengths (up to 100m) for design flexibility in data and telecommunications applications, including central offices, routers, servers and test equipment. Traditional style Molex single mode and multimode FC, SC, LC, Industrial LC and multi-fiber cables, including MTP 12 and 24 ribbon fiber and breakout assemblies are some of the various cable options available.

"We are pleased to offer quic-turn around custom fiber optic cable assemblies, so Molex networking customers have what they need, when they need it," adds Leal.

Molex optical QTL cable assemblies are RoHS compliant and IL/RL factory certified for optimal performance. QTL cable inquiries can be quoted and processed immediately, with credit card payments accepted for ease of ordering and fastest shipping options. For a quote and to place an order, please contact Molex at fiberoptics@molex.com or 1-800-A1-FIBER.

For additional information visit: www.molex.com/link/QTL.html. To receive information on other Molex products and industry solutions, please sign up for our e-nouncement newsletter at www.molex.com/link/register.

About Molex Incorporated

Providing more than connectors, Molex delivers complete interconnect solutions for a number of markets including data communications, telecommunications, consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, medical, military and lighting. Established in 1938, the company operates 40 manufacturing locations in 16 countries. The Molex website is www.molex.com. Follow us at http://www.twitter.com/molexconnectors, watch our videos at http://www.youtube.com/molexconnectors, connect with us at www.facebook.com/molexconnectors and read our blog at www.connector.com.

Molex is a registered trademark of Molex Incorporated


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