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Chris Cappello

Chris Cappello

Chris Cappello is the Marketing Communications Manager at Amphenol Aerospace.  He has a Bachelors of Arts in Communications from SUNY Cortland and a Masters of Business Administration from Binghamton University.  He has been with Amphenol since 2003 after a nine-year stint in the U.S. Navy.

28
May
1

Greetings from our Newest Facility

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b2ap3_thumbnail_New-Plant-Blog.jpgWhen working for a company that’s been in the same 675,000 square foot facility for close to 85 years, you’d think we wouldn’t need to expand on something so large.  When you have two major floods within five years of one another that resulted in four feet of water throughout the entire facility, suddenly an addition to the Amphenol Aerospace location doesn’t sound like a bad idea. 

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  • Scott Jacobs
    Scott Jacobs says #
    Congrats on your new space.
29
Apr
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Lights, Camera, Connection! A Critical Review of Cinematic Connector Usage – You Only Live Twice

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b2ap3_thumbnail_item1.rendition.slideshowWideVertical.ss02-bond-movies-you-only-live-twice-helicopter-best-picks.pngOur third Lights, Camera, Connection! review is for a film from the James Bond universe. We could probably dissect any movie in the James Bond collection, with respect to connector technology use. It would be easy to talk about the electrical cables without connectors that spelled doom for Oddjob in Goldfinger, or the high-power connectors likely used in Scaramanga’s Solex Agitator in The Man with the Golden Gun, or even the high-speed board level connectors that were probably used in the satellite that emitted deadly shock waves in Goldeneye. Instead, we’ll shift our focus away from any films that have “Gold” in the title and take a look at the 1967 spy thriller, You Only Live Twice.

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06
Feb
1

Lights, Camera, Connection! A Critical Review of Cinematic Connector Usage – Ghostbusters

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Proton-Pack-Part-Names.jpgOur first Lights, Camera, Connection! review was for Back to the Future, which we gave 3 ½ Sparks on the Amphenol Connector Technology Rating Scale, or ACToR Scale, for its use of connector technology in the film. Thanks to the suggestion of our sister company, Amphenol Pcd, we’ll stay in the mid-1980’s with our next review of the 1984 sci-fi/comedy classic, Ghostbusters

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    I hate that no one has commented yet on your blog post. It's amazing; totally nailed it.
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Nov
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Lights, Camera, Connection! A Critical Review of Cinematic Connector Usage – Back to the Future

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Clocktower4.jpgWe here at Amphenol Aerospace are all about "suspension of disbelief" when it comes to our cinematic viewing, but not when the connector technology in films is compromised.  More so, we feel that wrongs must be righted and order restored to the movie universe, lest people get the wrong impression of the power of the connector.

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