Altor Limited LC

Altor Limited LC provides design and consulting services in the following aspects of analog and power electronics: • Power Supply Design • Power Electronics Engineering • Power Management Systems • Feedback Control Systems • Analog Electronics • Design Assistance • Troubleshooting and Problem Solving • Magnetics • Electromechanical Systems • Expert Witness • Technical White Papers • Root Cause Analysis

P.O. Box 63
Sedgwick, ME 04676
Phone: 508-733-6878
Service Related: consulting-services, educational, engineering-installation
Market segments: custom-power-supplies, end-users, oems
Coil Winding Specialist, Inc.
353 W. Grove Avenue
Orange, CA 92865
Phone: 714-279-9010
Fax: 714-279-9482
Website: www.coilws.com
Components: magnetics
Service Related: engineering-installation, technical-services
Market segments: custom-power-supplies, datacommunications, electronic-data-processing, instrumentation, military, oems, service-power-industry, service-power-users, telecommunications
CUI Inc.

CUI is a technology company focused on the development and distribution of electronic components. At the leading edge of power supply design, the organization supports customers as they strive to improve the energy efficiency and environmental credentials of their application. The company's power group is complemented by a portfolio of world-class board level components, consisting of interconnect, sound, motion control and thermal products. An unwavering commitment to create collaborative partnerships with customers and a drive to see that their design project is a success has been a hallmark of CUI's sustained growth since its founding in 1989. As a leader in the industry, CUI will continue to invest in the future through new technologies, talented employees, expanded manufacturing capabilities, and a growing global reach. CUI Inc. is a subsidiary of CUI Global, Inc., a publicly traded company whose common stock trades on the NASDAQ Exchange under the symbol CUI.

20050 SW 112th Ave
Tualatin, OR 97062
800-275-4899
Phone: 503-612-2300
Fax: 503-612-2383
Website: www.cui.com
Power Supplies: ac-dc-rectifiers, dc-dc-converters
Components: interconnection
Service Related: cad-cam-simulation, consulting-services, engineering-installation, safety-standards, sales, technical-services, value-added-reseller
Market segments: catalog-power-supplies, custom-power-supplies, datacommunications, electronic-data-processing, end-users, instrumentation, military, oems, service-power-industry, telecommunications
Dell Inc.
200 Dell Way
Round Rock, TX 78682
Phone: 512-728-8809
Website: www.dell.com
Service Related: engineering-installation, technical-services
Market segments: electronic-data-processing
IBM

IBM has a history of continuous re-invention, transforming itself throughout its 100-plus year history. In the past five decades alone, IBM has ushered in the eras of the mainframe, the personal computer, IT services and enterprise software. In its current transformation, IBM is once again leading the reordering of the technology industry.  A number of years ago, the company declared its focus on the strategic forces behind the “digital” revolution; data, cloud and engagement, driven by mobile and social, and underpinned by security. Since 2010, IBM has invested approximately $40 billion in these areas, built out the IBM Cloud on a global scale and extended cognitive systems to numerous enterprises and industries. The company made 55 acquisitions and has formed partnerships with organizations that are leading players in key industries.

Because of this transformation, IBM today is much more than a hardware, software and services company; IBM is a cognitive solutions and cloud platform company, with a focus on industry capabilities and expertise:

Cognitive Solutions: With the highest level of intelligence that exists in technology systems, these solutions tackle challenges ranging from answering client inquiries to helping physicians fight cancer.

Cloud Platform: IBM Cloud is the leading cloud platform for the enterprise, providing what enterprises need for speed, agility and, combined with Watson, for cognitive capability.

Industry Focus: As IBM brings higher levels of value to its clients, as its offerings are being built for the needs of individual industries. Healthcare and Financial Services are two examples of the company’s initial cognitive focus.

3605 Highway 52 North
BLDG 040-2 OFFICE B202
Rochester, MN 55901
Phone: 507-253-4425
Website: www.ibm.com
Power Supplies: dc-ac-converters, dc-dc, power-monitoring-systems
Components: batteries-secondary
Service Related: consulting-services, engineering-installation, laboratory-evaluation, safety-standards, technical-services
Market segments: electronic-data-processing, oems
Tyndall National Laboratories, University College Cork
Lee Maltings, Dyke Parade
Cork
Ireland
Affiliate description:

Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland is a leading international industry led research centre specializing in ICT hardware.   With 470 researchers and an annual budget of over $50M, Tyndall has over 200 industry partnerships and customers worldwide with several start-up companies in Ireland having emerged based on Tyndall technology. Research relevant to the power electronics industry includes micro power devices (e.g. magnetics on silicon, power supply on chip), magnetic materials and energy harvesting.

Phone: +353 21 4326350
Website: www.tyndall.ie
Power Supplies: dc-dc-converters
Components: interconnection, magnetics, packaging, passive-components, semiconductors
Service Related: cad-cam-simulation, educational, engineering-installation, research-reports, technical-services
Market segments: service-power-industry, service-power-users

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