Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components
Company Overview of SynQor, Inc.
SynQor, Inc. designs and manufactures power supplies for the telecommunication, computing, industrial, medical, military, aerospace, and networking industries. It offers single and dual output isolated DC-DC converters, bus converters, non-isolated DC-DC converters, CF grade isolated dc-dc converters, ATCA power interface modules, AC-DC power supplies, EMI filters, DC/DC converters, and military-grade uninterruptible power supply products. The company’s products are used in telecom/datacom applications, such as central office switches, base stations and voice processing multiplexors, wireless communications, fiber optics systems, broadcast equipment, and remote access LAN equipment; electron...
155 Swanson Road
Boxborough, MA 01719-1316
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for SynQor, Inc.
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Process Owner Asia Pacific
Head of Marketing and Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
SynQor, Inc. Key Developments
SynQor, Inc. Prevails in Appeal of Patent Litigation
Mar 14 13
SynQor, Inc. announced that in a unanimous decision authored by Chief Judge Rader, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington D.C. affirmed the decision of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas and upheld a $95 million jury verdict previously won by the company, as well as the court's additional award of supplemental damages and sanctions. The case involved the appeal of the company's 2010 patent litigation victory against industry suppliers of unregulated and semi-regulated bus converters used in Intermediate Bus Architecture applications. The original case was tried to a jury in the Eastern District of Texas. In the original case, the company asserted five patents against eleven of the largest industry suppliers of unregulated and semi-regulated bus converters in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Since that time, SynQor has commenced a new action against Cisco Systems and Vicor Corporation for infringement of the same patents. SynQor, Inc. v. Cisco Systems and Vicor Corporation, Civil Action No. 2:11-CV-54 E.D. Texas.
SynQor, Inc. Increases the Power Level of its Military COTS 270Vin DC-DC Full-Brick Converters by 33% to 800W
Sep 5 12
SynQor, Inc. announced that it has increased the maximum rated power level of its 270Vin MCOTS line of full-brick dc-dc converters by raising the lower end of the input voltage range over which they can operate. The new MCOTS-270H line of full-brick converters can deliver 800W of output power while operating over a continuous input voltage range of 240V - 425V and a transient input voltage range of 240V - 475V. The 240V lower limit complies with the requirements for all of the Steady-State conditions specified in MIL-STD-704(A-F), and the higher limits comply with all of the Steady-State and the over-voltage Surge requirements. These MCOTS-270H converters are particularly useful for high power systems that do not need to operate through a Starting Voltage Transient, or that simply have power sources that are more tightly regulated than specified in MIL-STD-704(A-F). In addition to delivering more power, the SynQor MCOTS-270H line of dc-dc converters are even more efficient than SynQor's standard line of best-in-class, highly efficient MCOTS-270 converters. For a given output voltage, the MCOTS-270H converters are about 2% to 3% points more efficient at the same power level compared to the corresponding MCOTS-270 converters, and even at their full power of 800W the MCOTS-270H converters are more efficient than are the corresponding MCOTS-270 converters at 600W. This higher efficiency dramatically reduces the heat that must be removed from the converter, making them easier to cool. This feature is often very important even if the full 800W of output power is not required. The MCOTS-270H full-brick dc-dc converters are designed to provide isolated dc power for electronics such as power amplifiers, jammers, and systems requiring high powered bus voltages. These converters use SynQor's synchronous rectifier based technology to achieve extremely high efficiencies, up to 92% at 800W. The optional built-in current sharing feature allows for easy paralleling of modules for applications requiring more power or module redundancy with limited external components. Switching frequency is constant to provide predictable EMI performance and the converters can be paired with SynQor MCOTS EMI filters to meet most requirements of MIL-STD-461. The MCOTS-270H converters are offered encased for exceptional performance in harsh environments and can provide full output power at case temperatures between -55 degrees C and 100 degrees C.
SynQor, Inc. and Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Settle Claims Relating to IBA Patent Litigation
Jul 23 12
SynQor, Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive settlement agreement with Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd. to resolve certain outstanding issues from SynQor's original IBA patent litigation against Murata (SynQor, Inc. v. Artesyn Technologies, Inc., et al., Civil Action No. 2:07-CV-497, U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas (the 497 Case)). Pursuant to the settlement agreement, Murata has agreed to increase its bonded damages in the 497 case by an additional $4.1 million raising its total bonded damages to $25.2 million. Murata has also agreed to make a confidential cash payment to SynQor. The 497 case is currently on appeal to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington D.C. where it is awaiting an oral argument date.
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