Anthony Kalaijakis Anthony Kalaijakis is the strategic industry marketing manager for Molex Phillips-Medisize in the MedTech sector. Anthony has well over a decade of MedTech interconnect experience at several market leading companies with the last ten at Molex Phillips-Medisize. The value created in his role is identifying and quantifying key industry trends for strategic positioning and new product development across the Diagnostic, Therapeutic & Monitoring modalities. This is inclusive of all Molex business units. The Molex Phillips-Medisize MedTech business enjoys the benefit of operating in all channels, however, there are unique synergies with the Distribution sector due to industry dynamics.
Matt McWhinney Matt McWhinney is a Business Development Manager at Molex and works with customers and electronics manufacturers throughout North America. He supports Molex products including antennas, fine-pitch high-speed internal and I/O connectors. Matt graduated from Marquette University and is an electrical engineer. He has worked more than 20 years with electronics and electrical systems manufacturers in the automotive, commercial vehicle, industrial and consumer products markets and has led global teams of product managers before joining Molex.
Kylie Pessetti Kylie Pessetti is the Marketing Analyst for the Printed Circuit Solutions business unit at Molex. She works directly with the Molex business development managers to promote Printed Circuit product lines, market focus offerings, and new technologies. Kylie supports product development initiatives, research trends, activities, and customers. She not only develops guidelines and best practices for marketing research collection, her responsibilities also include executing on internal and external marketing strategies and lead generation. Kylie is a graduate of the University of Iowa and holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Marketing, Health and Human Physiology, and the Italian language.
Tom Schiltz Tom Schiltz is the Director of Product Management for Molex’s Optical Connectivity solutions. With over 20 years of experience with optical interconnect development Tom has worked with the leading companies in Telecom, Medical, Industrial and Mil/Aero markets. Supporting the bandwidth requirements for current and next generation medical applications, Tom’s team is continuing to invest in developing interconnect solutions that simplify the use of optics within medical applications. Tom is a graduate of Purdue University and holds an MBA degree from Benedictine University.

Smaller, Faster, Connected: What Matters in MedTech Now

In partnership with Molex Incorporated

The COVID19 pandemic is providing us with new insights into the healthcare ecosystem and its impact on society. It is driving innovations in the MedTech market to create solutions in telehealth, remote monitoring, and mobile health management. Device manufacturers increasingly need complex electronics to create real-time, lifesaving connections between doctors and patients. Molex and Sager Electronics bring decades of experience in the electronic interconnect segment to help customers solve design challenges across multiple industries, including the MedTech market.

Suppliers of MedTech devices need to provide smaller, sleeker, flexible and connected solutions. When moving medical devices outside of the clinical setting, durability, functionality, and usability also become critical design requirements. For diagnostics applications, convenience also needs to be added to the list. 

Meeting these needs requires an electronics supplier who can help you navigate through these challenges with proven solutions. In collaboration with Sager, Molex will highlight product offerings to help support your MedTech designs. For example, Premo-Flex Flat-Flexible cables provide PCB connection solutions in compact and harsh environments. Molex hybrid electrical and optical products support medical connectivity applications with unique, innovative, and disruptive technologies. Antennas are used in a multitude of MedTech applications, and Molex provides extensive experience in the design of ready-to-use, high-performing antennas.  Wearable and hand-held devices require super-fine pitch connectors. Molex FFC/FPC and Board-to board signal connectors deliver high-reliability and speedy data rates.  

Join Molex and Sager to learn more about these advanced solutions.  

Attendees will learn:

  • Market trends that are driving innovation in the MedTech space
  • MedTech market needs
  • How printed circuits can provide you with one partner – many solutions
  • Innovative and miniaturized PCB  interconnect and antenna solutions for MedTech applications
  • How hybrid electrical and optical solutions will simplify and consolidate your interconnects for MedTech applications

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