At the upcoming Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) 2015, CUI Inc will be demonstrating the latest product releases from the company’s award winning Novum® Advanced Power product line. CUI’s booth will also showcase a fully digital power system featuring modules from each member of the newly formed Architects of Modern Power (AMP Group) consortium.
Additionally, Mark Adams, CUI’s Senior Vice President, will present in two industry sessions during the APEC 2015 technical conference. Adams’ first presentation, “PMBus Considerations for Interoperability in a Complete Digital Power Ecosystem”, will discuss the roadblocks and solutions to achieving a truly interoperable digital power system. His second presentation, “Multi-Sourcing Standards for PoL and IBC Digital Power Supplies”, will cover the unique needs of a true multi-source digital power ecosystem and highlight the latest industry developments to help achieve this.
“Our Novum Advanced Power portfolio along with the recent formation of the AMP Group consortium continues to increase our leadership position in the digital power space,” explained CUI’s President, Matt McKenzie. “We look forward to exhibiting our advanced power products at APEC 2015 to build off of CUI’s strong showing at electronica 2014,” concluded McKenzie.
APEC is the premier event for Applied Power Electronics™. The conference focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics industry, and will be held at the Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina from the 15-19 March 2015.
CUI Booth: 206
For more information about CUI’s booth and presentations at APEC 2015, please visit: /apec-2015
For more information about the Architects of Modern Power consortium, please visit: www.ampgroup.com