Vicor Opens Technical Support Center in Taiwan

December 17, 2014 by Jeff Shepard

Vicor Corporation announced the strategic expansion of its power system design and customer support capabilities in Taiwan with the opening of a new Vicor Technical Support Center. Staffed with Vicor power experts and equipped to facilitate advanced design services at every stage of the power system development process, the new Technical Support Center gives customers in the competitive Taiwan market newfound agility to architect high performance power systems.

This comprehensive technical support capability is particularly valuable for locally-based designers of datacenter and industrial power infrastructure. Expert Vicor support also equips designers of x86 systems for datacenter and telecom environments to apply advanced power management schemes for powering microprocessors and DDR memory, including Intel VR12/12.5 specification-compliant direct 48 V-to-processor power conversion techniques.

"Vicor is strongly committed to providing our innovative customers in Taiwan with the robust technical support that helps them establish and extend their competitive advantage in power system design," said Eric Wong, Vice President of Sales and Marketing Asia Pacific, Vicor. "Leveraging high performance Vicor power components throughout the power chain -- from source to point of load -- customers can minimize design complexity, reduce costs and accelerate their time to market, thereby achieving the full value of the power component design methodology."