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I-PEX - Interconnect and Packaging Electronics  Profile

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I-PEX - Interconnect and Packaging Electronics  Company Overview

Founded in Japan in 1994, I-PEX is the first company who successfully developed a Small Gauge Coaxial Connector of gang wire termination type, taking a major role in high-speed transmission in lap-top computers.

I-PEX - Interconnect and Packaging Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by I-PEX - Interconnect and Packaging Electronics include Board to Board Connectors, Board to Wire Connectors, Coaxial Connector Connectors, Flexible Printed Circuit Connectors, Memory Card Socket/Socket Connectors, and Small Gauge Coaxial Connectors.

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