Power Design Services Continues to See Accelerated Growth in 2015


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Power Design Services revenue has increased by over 28% from year to date 2015. With 3 months left in the year, 2015 looks to be a record revenue breaking year for Power Design Services. As the need for prototype printed circuit board and assembly continues to grow in Silicon Valley, more companies rely on Power Design Services to help them with their NPI (new production introduction) requirements. Vice-President of Sales and Marketing, Tuan Tran, states “Our growth in 2015 proves that Power Design Services is moving in the right direction. Our commitment to our customers and investment in new technology, really have paved the way for our growth. It is a great feeling to have when so many customers trust and rely on Power Design Services to deliver their NPI requirements.”

In addition, Power Design Services has also hired new key employees to help with their growth. In June 2015, Power Design Services welcomed Andrew Ma on board as their new General Manager. Ma comes to Power Design Services with a long, extensive background from the Silicon Valley. Ma helped guided many startup companies to IPO or successful transaction. Ma states, “I am very excited to join the Power Design Services management team. Power Design Services really have a unique market niche. They are able to meet and react to their customer requirements so quickly that I have not yet seen anywhere else. I look forward to helping Power Design Services grow to the next level.”

Power Design Services specializes in flex circuit design and assembly. Customized solutions and PCB expertise meet the needs of diverse industries including medical devices, aerospace, semiconductor testing and manufacturing equipment, telecommunications and industrial equipment. From prototypes to volume orders, our services are designed to reduce your go-to-market time and improve your bottom line.

A modern, 8,000-square foot, ESD-controlled plant, conveniently located near San Jose Mineta International Airport, enables us to meet the most demanding specifications and deadlines on-time and within-budget. Special orders are delivered within 24 hours. Local pick-up and delivery in Silicon Valley is also available. Our ITAR and ISO-9000 Certifications assure you that we meet the highest quality standards.

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