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Ericsson Power Modules opens center of excellence in Shanghai

18th April 2006
ES Admin
Ericsson Power Modules has launched its APAC (Asia Pacific and China) center of excellence. The center includes R&D, manufacturing, customer sales and service, and also project resources.
As part of Ericsson Power Modules’ global operation, the center will continue to develop close partnerships with local and international partners, contributing to Ericsson Power Modules’ engagement as a true collaborative partner.



Regionally, the organization employs 200 people, and its main site in Jiading has an operational area of 4800 square meters (51,667 square feet).



Formed in 1996, the joint venture between Ericsson and Simtek has gone from strength to strength and has grown rapidly to become an all-embracing, fully capable organization that is now serving not only the eastern marketplace, but also developing and manufacturing products on a global basis in close collaboration with Ericsson Power Modules’ other sites.



From the outset, the joint venture between Ericsson and Simtek aimed to develop competence and excellence in advanced technologies - especially in board-mounted products such as DC/DC converters and regulators. The company was ISO9001 certified in 1997, ISO14001 in 1998 and ISO9001:2000 certified in 2002. January 2004 saw the company receive a Certificate of Advanced Technology Enterprise from the Shanghai Government, rewarding the professionalism and perseverance of Ericsson to excel in its mission.



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