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For two packed days in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Fla., this week, power quality player Eaton Corp. shared market projections and product plans with attendees at its first face-to-face partner conference since 2019. Though topics related to the company’s strategic acquisition of power and peripherals vendor Tripp Lite dominated the agenda, there were insights to be gleaned on other matters as well. Here are five noteworthy examples.
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