Andover, Mass., June 30, 2020 — Vicor Corporation (NASDAQ: VICR), a leader in high-density, high-efficiency power management solutions, is proud to announce its membership in the Global semiconductor Alliance (GSA). GSA is known as the voice of the global semiconductor industry.
Vicor’s GSA membership reflects its leadership in powering processors with power-on-package technology that enables unmatched current densities for advanced applications in AI accelerator cards, AI high-density clusters, high-performance computing and high-speed networking and efficient power supply.
In addition, Vicor’s involvement in the GSA automotive space underscores its growing role in electrifying vehicles using innovative power modules that deliver unprecedented size and weight advantages, high levels of integration, and market-leading performance .
Vicor Corporation designs, develops, manufactures and sells modular power assemblies and complete power systems based on a variety of patented technologies. Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, the company sells products in every major power system market, including enterprise and high-performance computing, industrial equipment and automation, telecommunications and network infrastructure, automotive and transportation, and aerospace and defense.
GSA is a platform for leading companies to build an efficient, profitable and sustainable semiconductor and high-tech global ecosystem, including semiconductors, software, solutions, systems and services. A leading industry organization that provides a unique, neutral collaboration platform where global executives can interact with peers, partners and customers to innovate to not only accelerate industry growth, but also maximize Return on investment and intellectual capital. GSA has an impressive global presence, with a footprint in more than 25 countries and regions, and more than 250 corporate members, including 100 listed companies. Thanks to its unique, neutral platform, GSA members range from the most exciting emerging companies to the stalwarts of the semiconductor industry to technology leaders, collectively representing 70% of the $450 billion-plus semiconductor industry.