公司簡介

關於 Power Integrations

Power Integrations, Inc. 是高壓功率轉換系統中所使用的高效能電子元件的供應商,總部設在矽谷。藉助我們的積體電路和二極體,使小型、節能的 AC-DC 電源供應器得以廣泛應用於許多電子產品,包括行動裝置、電視、電腦、電器、智能電錶和 LED 燈。我們的 SCALE™ IGBT 驅動器可改善高功率應用的效率、可靠性和成本,例如工業馬達驅動、太陽能和風力發電系統、電動車輛和高壓 DC 輸電。自 1998 年 Power Integrations 的 EcoSmart® 節能技術問世以來,已幫助減少數十億美元的能源浪費,並減少了數百萬噸的二氧化碳排放量。Power Integrations 的股��是 Cleantech Group LLCClean Edge 所贊助之清淨科技股票指數的成員,反映了公司產品對於全球環境所帶來的好處。請參考我們的綠色空間,以取得全球節能標準的全面性指南。

PI 大事記
成立日期 1988 年
總公司 San Jose, California
執行長 Balu Balakrishnan
主要產品 類比半導體
員工數 (截至 2016 年 12 月 31 日) 626 人
美國專利數 (截至 2016 年 12 月 31 日) 682
2016 年營收 $387.4 million
首次公開發行股票日期 1997 年 12 月
股票代號 (NASDAQ) POWI

Company Milestones

  • 1988 – Power Integrations founded by Klas Eklund, Art Fury and Steve Sharp
  • 1994 – TOPSwitch™ family debuted as company’s first commercial product
  • 1997 – Initial public offering on NASDAQ at $4/share (split-adjusted)
  • 1998 – Introduced TinySwitch™ family with EcoSmart™ energy-efficiency technology
  • 1999 – TinySwitch™ received Discover Magazine Award for Technological Innovation
  • 2002 – Introduced LinkSwitch™ family – industry’s first cost-effective replacement for linear transformers, or "energy vampires"
  • 2002 – Balu Balakrishnan succeeded Howard Earhart as CEO; annual revenues surpass $100 million
  • 2003 – Selected as one of the world’s top 20 “sustainable stocks” by SustainableBusiness.com
  • 2005 – Energy savings from EcoSmart technology surpassed $1 billion; company again selected as one of world’s top 20 sustainable stocks by SustainableBusiness.com
  • 2006 – Received ENERGY STAR® award
  • 2007 – Company’s stock added to NASDAQ Clean Edge stock indices
  • 2008 – Stock added to The Cleantech Index; company initiates quarterly dividend
  • 2010 – Unveiled one of Silicon Valley’s largest solar installations at our San José headquarters
  • 2012 – Acquired CT-Concept, Swiss provider of IGBT drivers, for $116 million
  • 2012 – Introduced LYTSwitch™ family for LED lighting applications
  • 2014 – Introduced revolutionary InnoSwitch™ product family
  • 2015 – Acquired Cambridge Semiconductor, UK-based supplier of controller chips for AC-DC power supplies, for $23 million
  • 2016 – Surpassed $100M in quarterly revenues for the first time (Q3)