Pulse Electronics Corporation
Pulse, a YAGEO company, is a key element in a family of businesses that combine to create one of the largest passive electronic manufacturers in the world. Founded in 1956 in Redwood City, California and acquired by Yageo Corporation in 2018. Our passive electronic components include power and networking magnetics, current sensing, cable harnesses, power supplies, antennas and connectors. Our global customer base include the market leaders in the Communications, Computing, Consumer, Industrial, IoT and Transportation segments. Our products can be found in a wide range of applications including hybrid and electric vehicles, 5G mobile network systems, smart grids, wearables, lighting, cell phones, datacenters, wireless charging, industrial automation equipment and security.
Pulse Electronics Corporation is a provider of Industrial IoT networks and connectivity technologies, and also active in the automotive, healthcare and hospitals, and telecommunications industries.
Pulse Electronics Corporation’s Technology Stack maps Pulse Electronics Corporation’s participation in the networks and connectivity IoT Technology stack.
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