Molex, LLC designs, develops, and manufactures electronic components and solutions. It offers connectors, sockets and edge cards, cable assemblies, antennas/wireless solutions, optical solutions, printed circuit boards, automation and industrial products, lighting products, and single- and dual-row receptacles; and wiring devices for harsh and wet environments. It provides RF mmWave 5G25 Connector Series for 5G mmWave applications requiring stringent signal integrity at higher frequencies up to 25 GHz. The company, through its subsidiary Sensorcon, also offers CO Inspector, a portable meter that uses advanced electrochemical sensor technology to detect and measure carbon monoxide, as well as alert fire, police, and rescue personnel to dangerous levels; Automotive Ethernet Network Platform, a solution that offers a vehicle connectivity ecosystem delivering multi-zone integration across multiple hardware, software, and interconnect cabling systems with the flexibility to incorporate legacy automotive protocols, as well as scalability for future upgrades; engineering software for industrial automation; Custom Cable Creator, a solution that enables customers to design custom cable harnesses within one simple online tool; and Modular Automotive Connectivity platform that provides vehicle networking solutions. It serves aerospace and defense, automotive, alternative energy source, consumer/home appliance, commercial vehicle, data/computing, industrial, industrial automation, industrial electrical, medical, scientific, smartphones and mobile devices, solid state lighting, telecommunications/networking, and wireless infrastructure markets in the United States and internationally. Molex, LLC was formerly known as Molex Incorporated and changed its name to Molex, LLC in August 2015. The company was founded in 1938 and is based in Lisle, Illinois with manufacturing and design facilities around the globe. It also has a technology center in Fremont, California; and a research and development facility in Bridgewater, New Jersey. As of December 9, 2013, Molex, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc.