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Eaton Corp.’s power quality division had much about the here and now to discuss this week at its latest partner summit event in Huntington Beach, Calif., including the launch of a revised partner program. It also, however, found time to share some glimpses into what the future holds in store for the Raleigh, N.C.-based vendor’s channel. Here’s a look at four offerings and opportunities coming up this year and beyond.
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