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Accelerate xEV development with modular power

Increase performance, reduce development time and lower risk during your xEV design

You are involved with automotive manufacturing and will therefore have extremely aggressive goals towards vehicle electrification. There are enormous challenges and much pressure to overcome them.

Fortunately, the Vicor modular architecture for power delivery networks can help you overcome these challenges and more rapidly electrify your fleet.  

What’s it about?

This on-demand webinar reveals how this architecture reduces development time, risk and cost during your vehicle electrification by overcoming three key hurdles:

  • Reduce size and weight: Vicor power modules have greater power density than any other solution available today
  • Scalability and flexibility: Use a standard solution across all your platforms of every size
  • Reusability: Reuse Vicor modules for multiple platforms without need for expensive, time-consuming requalification

The Vicor modular approach to these three challenges can help you remain competitive for mild hybrids, hybrid-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and battery-electric vehicles.

Who should watch?

Key decision makers, engineers and anyone concerned with accelerating vehicle electrification.

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About the presenter

Patrick Wadden

Global Vice President of Automotive Business Development

Patrick Wadden joined Vicor in October 2018 as Global Vice President of Automotive Business Development to lead the company’s business in the Automotive Industry while becoming a key partner to companies developing mild hybrid, EV/HEV and autonomous vehicles. Prior to his position at Vicor, Patrick held various semiconductor industry positions for about 30 years in sales management, marketing, business development and product line management. During this time, Mr. Wadden was leading North America automotive sales for Integrated Device Technology and held various leadership roles at Analog Devices, Altera, and Intersil. Mr. Wadden holds a BSBA from Northeastern University.

Patrick Wadden