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American Power Conversion - APC  Profile

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American Power Conversion - APC  Company Overview

American Power Conversion provides protection against many of the primary causes of data loss, hardware damage and downtime. Founded in 1981, APC is a manufacturer of end-to-end AC and DC-based back-up power products and services, which include surge suppressors, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), power conditioning equipment, power management software, and DC power systems as well as precision cooling equipment, and professional and consulting services for Nonstop Networking.

American Power Conversion - APC  Products

The types of products manufactured by American Power Conversion - APC include products in the following areas: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Racks and Accessories, Cooling Solutions, Remote Power Management, Surge Protection, Power Conditioning, Power Distribution, Power Generation, Broadband Power Systems, Notebook Power Systems, Networking and Cable Solutions, and UPS Replacement Batteries.

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