Vicor Corp. Reviews

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Vicor Corp. Chairman, President, and CEO Patrizio Vinciarelli
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  • Good Company to Work for

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    Pros

    -Everybody is friendly and willing to teach you - The people at the workshop does their best to help you

    Cons

    - You have to go through politics that can sometimes hinder you

    Advice to Management

    -Make the environment more open


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    Application

    I applied online – interviewed at Vicor Corp..

    Interview

    Consisted of one phone screen with manager and one on-site interview. On site interview consisted of members of the team interviewing in pairs. There were around 4 to 5 group / individual interviews. Ended with HR interview. Got feedback in few weeks time.

    Interview Questions

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Website www.vicorpower.com
Headquarters Andover, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1981
Type Company - Public (VICR)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Emerson, TDK, Power-One

Raw power can give the electric chair a charge, but it can also wreak havoc on sensitive electronics. Vicor makes converters that tame and transfer raw electricity into the stable DC voltages needed to power electronic circuits. The company's zero current and zero voltage switching technologies, which allow its converters to operate at high frequencies with relatively little noise, are designed to be mounted on a printed circuit board. Customers -- including global OEMs and small manufacturers of specialized electronics devices -- incorporate the converters into all ... More

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