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MIDDLETON, WI SoftSwitching Technologies, a high-technology spin-off of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, recorded power events on about 250 monitors Thursday during the biggest blackout the nation has ever seen. In a press release last week, the company said, Near-simultaneous events were recorded in New York and Michigan at approximate......

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Often I-Grid helps to sell a different SoftSwitching product, the Dynamic Sag Corrector (DYSC), Trungale said. The DYSC is a battery-free uninterruptible power supply (UPS) that allows industrial companies such as auto manufacturers to cover their usually very short power ou......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jennifer Braico 08/20/03


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