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Paul Golata joined Mouser Electronics in 2011. As a Senior Technology Specialist, Paul contributes to Mouser’s success through driving strategic leadership, tactical execution, and the overall product-line and marketing directions for advanced technology related products. He provides design engineers with the latest information and trends in electrical engineering by delivering unique and valuable technical content that facilitates and enhances Mouser Electronics as the preferred distributor of choice.

Before joining Mouser Electronics, Paul served in various manufacturing, marketing, and sales related roles for Hughes Aircraft Company, Melles Griot, Piper Jaffray, Balzers Optics, JDSU, and Arrow Electronics. He holds a BSEET from the DeVry Institute of Technology (Chicago, IL); an MBA from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); an MDiv w/BL from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX); and a PhD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX).


How Blockchain Protects Smart Cities Data Paul Golata
Distributed ledger technology is at the heart of blockchain. Blockchain enables smart city data to be securely captured and manipulated without interference from malicious third parties. Take a walk around the block of the smart city of tomorrow to learn about blockchain component considerations.

Drivers & SiC MOSFETs Open Gates to Power Switching Paul Golata
In the age of isolation, come in and learn how to open the gates to power switching through Infineon Technologies gate drivers and SiC MOSFETs.

Navigating the Seas of Change Toward Industry 4.0 Paul Golata
Learn how Molex enables design engineers to navigate the stormy seas of change toward Industry 4.0 by developing products and technology that provide protection from dust, moisture, and accidental or incidental contact.

High-Performance Connectivity in Robotics Paul Golata
Successful robotics connectivity only happens by design. Read on to explore some of the critical design considerations that engineers should account for when developing industrial or commercial robotic applications and some of the products designed to ensure long-lasting, stable connections.

A Lesson from the Wind and the Sun Paul Golata
Gather round and let me tell you a story about the power of the wind and sun. These are gifts for us to enjoy. ADI is leading the way for humanity to harness their collective power through energy storage systems

How Shawn Mendes and RFID Asset Tracking Technology Steal the Show Paul Golata
It’s no wonder that throngs of screaming fans attend singer and songwriter Shawn Mendes’ shows. Through the use of RFID products, Mendes transforms his events into an interactive experience with his fans. Learn how Molex enables customers to never miss a beat by employing RFID tracking technology.

Good “Thins” Come in Small Packages Paul Golata
Thin connectors enable engineers to locate and route wires in today’s ultra-slim designs. Learn how Molex’s extensive line of Microminiature Connectors help designers create lighter, more flexible products that are big on performance.

XYZ Made as Easy as ABC: A Look at Tri-Axis Accelerometers Paul Golata
The world is a place full of motion where many things are on the move. Stop for a moment and learn how easy it is to sense motion and movement in three dimensions with Kionix’s KX003-1077 Tri-axis Accelerometers.

5G Enters an Arena All Its Own: AT&T to bring 5G to AT&T Stadium Paul Golata
Taking center stage in 2019 at billionaire Jerry Jones’s AT&T Stadium isn’t simply the world-famous Dallas Cowboys or Country Music Hall of Famer Garth Brooks with his bigger-than-life concert. It’s the arrival of 5G—the fifth-generation of mobile network and wireless system connectivity.

Seeing the Light between Mid- And High-Power LEDs Paul Golata
LEDs have become ubiquitous and used in a variety of applications because they’re small, energy efficient (lm/W), robust, reliable, and feature-full. Mid-power LEDs are finding a niche in general illumination applications where size and uniformity take precedence over raw optical output power.

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