The Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance Adds Celestica Power Systems as its Newest Member
June 2 , 2004
Dallas, TX – The Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance (DOSA) is pleased to announce that Celestica Inc. (NYSE, TSX: CLS), a world leader in electronics manufacturing services (EMS) and provider of next-generation power solutions for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), has joined the industry alliance. DOSA was established in February 2004 to ensure future dc-dc product compatibility and standardization within the increasingly fragmented power converter market.
Founded by Tyco Electronics Power Systems, Inc. and SynQor, Inc., DOSA’s mandate is to establish standards over a broad range of power converter form factors, footprints, feature sets and functionality for both non-isolated point-of-load (POL) and isolated applications, including intermediate bus converters.
“Celestica shares DOSA’s goal to establish standards for power converters and offer customers true multiple sourcing options,” said Joseph Coupal, SynQor Executive Vice President, Marketing and Sales. “With the addition of Celestica Power Systems, DOSA continues to gain momentum,” said Sabi Varma, Vice President, Marketing and Business Operations for Tyco Electronics Power Systems. “As the primary beneficiaries, our customers are excited by these efforts and recognize the commitment DOSA has made to ensuring their needs are met.”
Celestica Power Systems is developing its Volant SeriesTM of non-isolated POL converters that will adhere to the DOSA specifications, and also plans to develop a DOSA-compatible sixteenth brick. “We are excited to be part of DOSA and look forward to collaborating with leading power supply manufacturers in the development of compatible and competitive products that meet customer needs,” said Chris Stratas, General Manager, Celestica Power Systems. “By including DOSA standard products in our product portfolio, we are continuing to provide our customers with a broadening range of solutions and multiple sourcing options.”
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ABOUT TYCO ELECTRONICS POWER SYSTEMS
Tyco Electronics Power Systems, a division of Tyco Electronics, is a leading global provider of innovative, reliable power supply products including AC-DC and DC-DC switching power supplies, batteries and complete communications and energy power systems. Tyco Electronics Power Systems also offers custom design, engineering, installation and technical support services to its customers.
ABOUT TYCO ELECTRONICS
Tyco Electronics is one of the major business segments of Tyco International Ltd. (NYSE: TYC, LSE: TYI, BSX: TYC). Tyco Electronics is the world's largest passive electronic components manufacturer; a world leader in cutting-edge wireless, active fiber optic and complete power systems technologies; and is also rapidly developing extensive networking and building technology installation services. Tyco Electronics provides advanced technology products from over forty well-known and respected brands, including Agastat, Alcoswitch, AMP, AMP NETCONNECT, Buchanan, CII, CoEv, Critchley, Elcon, Elo TouchSystems, M/A-COM, Madison Cable, OEG, OneSource Building Technologies, Potter & Brumfield, Raychem, Schrack, Simel and TDI Batteries. Tyco is a trademark.
SynQor is the technology leader in high efficiency dc/dc converters for distributed power architectures. SynQor's products exceed the exacting performance, quality, and reliability requirements of its world-class customers. SynQor serves the converging telecom and datacom markets with their high-efficiency PowerQor®, DualQor®, BusQor®, NiQor® and HyperQor® families of dc/dc converters. SynQor's products are designed to meet the challenging demands of OEM engineers building today's communications infrastructure hardware. SynQor is a privately owned company headquartered in Boxborough, Massachusetts with offices in Dallas Texas, Europe, Singapore, Korea, China and Japan.
ABOUT CELESTICA POWER SYSTEMS
Celestica is a leading supplier of power systems for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the communications and high-end computing markets. With product development engineering facilities in North America, and manufacturing facilities in Asia, Celestica’s Power Systems organization provides an extensive offering in high-performance isolated and non-isolated DC-DC converter modules. For further information on Celestica’s power offerings, visit www.celestica.com/power.
Celestica is a world leader in the delivery of innovative electronics manufacturing services (EMS). Celestica operates a highly sophisticated global manufacturing network with operations in Asia, Europe and the Americas, providing a broad range of services to leading OEMs (original equipment manufacturers). A recognized leader in quality, technology and supply chain management, Celestica provides competitive advantage to its customers by improving time-to-market, scalability and manufacturing efficiency. For further information on Celestica, visit its website at http://www.celestica.com.
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