CAMARILLO, CA (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Power-One, Inc. (Nasdaq:PWER), a leading provider of renewable energy and energy-efficient power conversion and power management solutions, and TDK-Lambda Corp., a group company of TDK Corporation, announced that they entered into a nonexclusive, worldwide, license agreement for Digital Power Technology (DPT) patents from Power-One.
Power-One's Digital Power Technology applies to DC-DC board mount power applications in the server, storage, networking, and telecom industries, where board densities are increasing and the power management solutions required to drive FPGA's, ASICS, DSP's and other semiconductor devices are becoming more and more complex.
DPT drives increased system efficiency, improved design flexibility, faster time to market, decreased footprint size and lower system costs. It also enables telemetry capability, providing access to critical information including current, temperature and voltage. Telemetry allows the system to accurately monitor its power consumption and thermal performance, enabling designers to easily engineer key features such as system optimization, fault detection and predictive maintenance features into their end products.
Power-One designs and manufactures energy-efficient power conversion and power management solutions for alternative/renewable energy, routers, data storage and servers, wireless communications, optical networking, semiconductor test equipment, industrial markets and custom applications. Power-One, with headquarters in Camarillo, California, has global sales offices, manufacturing, and R&D operations in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Power-One is a public company listed on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol PWER. For more information about the Company,
TDK-Lambda Corp., a group company of TDK Corporation, is a leading global power supply company providing highly reliable power supplies for industrial equipment worldwide. TDK-Lambda meets the various needs of customers with our entire range of activities, from research and development through to manufacturing, sales, and service with bases in five key areas, covering Japan, China, Europe, America, and Asia.