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Pulsiv and Astute co-exhibit at PCIM Europe 2024


Pulsiv ramps up European presence with help from latest distributor

Pulsiv, a Cambridge (UK) innovator of power electronics, is joining forces with its new distributor and supply-chain expert, Astute Group, to co-exhibit at PCIM Europe.

Pulsiv's patented OSMIUM technology can convert AC to DC by charging/discharging a small storage capacitor without the need for a PFC inductor. According to the company, the solution delivers high power factor, consistently high efficiency and an ultra-compact system design.

Nick Theodoris, Pulsiv director of Global Sales and Distribution commented: “I’m delighted that Pulsiv & Astute will collaborate at PCIM Europe 2024. It enables us to have a more prominent presence at such an important industry event while showcasing our ground-breaking power electronics technology alongside a respected name in franchised distribution. As we launch our world leading USB-C reference designs and finished modules, we recognise the value partners have in helping us gain maximum market exposure and drive sales globally.”

Mark Shanley, sales and marketing director, Astute Group said, “Astute is a growing force in European electronics distribution, so we’re excited about this opportunity to showcase our expanded partnership with Pulsiv at PCIM Europe 2024. This collaboration underscores the strength of our commitment to bringing innovative, energy saving power electronics to the European market. We’re anticipating a highly successful show.”

Pulsiv and Astute co-exhibit at PCIM Europe 2024
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