Amphenol TCS President Discusses Interconnection Industry At UNH CEO Forum March 9
Contact: Lori Wright
603-862-0574
UNH Media Relations
Feb. 15, 2006

DURHAM, N.H. -- Rick Schneider, president of Amphenol TCS, will discuss managing company change and adjusting to change in the interconnection industry at the next University of New Hampshire CEO Forum, Thursday, March 9, 2006.

“Amphenol TCS: A Business Managing Constant Change” begins at 8 a.m. at the New England Center with coffee and breakfast, with the program commencing at 9 a.m.

On Dec. 1, 2005 Teradyne Connections Systems became Amphenol TCS (ATCS) after it was sold to Amphenol, one of the world’s leading producers of electronic and fiber optic connects, cables and interconnect systems. From its origins 30 years ago as a small provider of backplane systems and components to military customers, ATCS has become a global business serving numerous business segments including data networking, wireless communications, computer server and storage systems, instrumentation and military.

With more than 25 years of experience in the interconnection industry, Schneider joined ATCS in 1988 while it was a division of Teradyne, Inc. and was appointed president in 2001. He previously served as TCS' marketing and business development manager, general manager of the division and vice president of Teradyne, Inc.

To register or to become a member of the CEO Forum, call Barbara Draper at (603) 862-1107, or e-mail her at barbara.draper@unh.edu. The registration deadline is Thursday, March 2.

Initiated in 1997, the CEO Forum is an outreach program of the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics and the UNH Graduate School serving CEOs, presidents, and senior managers of companies in northern New England. The forum provides its members with opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with their peers in business and industry in an informal setting. The CEO Forum is sponsored by the law firm of Pierce Atwood and Ocean National Bank. For more information about the CEO Forum, visit http://www.unh-ceoforum.