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Powering the Electronics Revolution at APEC 2019

Powering the Electronics Revolution at APEC 2019

APEC is one of the premier events in applied power electronics that brings together more than 45,000 professionals from around the world for networking, hands-on learning, and strategic business development. APEC focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics business. 

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Come visit us at electronica China, OFC and OCP!

Come visit us at electronica China, OFC and OCP!

Wherever you may be in the world, you may have a chance to see Amphenol’s latest solutions at Electronica China, OFC and OCP. Join us at the following events:

The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition

(OFC) is the largest international conference that brings together attendees from all over the world to exchange their expertise, discuss new innovations and make connections in the optical communications and networking industry for the pas [Read more]

Discover the world leader in Power Solutions and the key industries Amphenol ICC serves

Discover the world leader in Power Solutions and the key industries Amphenol ICC serves

Data Centers

As the hyperscale community prepares to ramp up implementation efforts, Amphenol ICC Power Solutions has already designed the next generation of power distribution solutions to best fit hyperscale needs efficiently. Most importantly, our broad range of hyperscale compliant solutions such as Barklip® IO, [Read more]

Hyperscale Computing: Innovation for Data Centers

Hyperscale Computing: Innovation for Data Centers

What is Hyperscale Computing?

Hyperscale computing refers to the facilities required in distributed computing environments to efficiently scale from a few servers to thousands, and is commonly used in environments such as Big Data and Cloud Computing. Hyperscale architecture is typically made up of individual small servers, called “Nodes” which are grouped together to provide inexpensive computing, storage, and networking.

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