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Vicor extends design service to EU market

Vicor is now offering its custom design and manufacturing service to European customers.

Called Vicor Custom Europe, the service will enable customers to tailor their power systems for application specific needs and/or form factor specifications using Vicor's portfolio of high density power modules and components.

The company's vp EMEA Felice Caccavale, pictured, said:"Since its inception in 1995, the Vicor Custom service model has proven invaluable to customers in the United States, and has earned a reputation for providing world class product quality and customer support," said Felice Caccavale, vp, Vicor EMEA.

"With the introduction of Vicor Custom Europe, we're extending this value proposition to the European market and giving our customers in Europe more options than ever before to accelerate the development of their differentiated power systems."

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Laura Hopperton

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