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TI Live @ APEC 2011 - March 6-10 in Fort Worth
It's a good thing for Texas Instruments that the world's biggest, most influential conference on Power Management is in our backyard.
More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) 2011 event at the Fort Worth Convention Center, March 6-10.
TI (Booth #608) plans to show several technology demonstrations ranging from Solar Power to LED Lighting to Energy Efficiency in Power Management. If you can't make it to the show, stay tuned for videos, which will be posted on our Power House blog.
Keep an eye on the Power House blog over the next few days, where we'll keep you updated about other activity at the show.
You can also check out what TI is doing at APEC 2011 at our community and social media sites:
More information about APEC2011: www.apec-conf.org
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