Sonion to be Renamed Pulse PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 July 2008 06:50
SAN DIEGOPulse, an electronics component and subassembly designer and manufacturer, announced its Sonion Division will operate under the Pulse name, effective today. Sonion will undergo a name and legal entity change over the coming months.
The Technitrol Co. subsidiary’s activities related to hearing instrument components, pro-audio and medical device components will continue as a new group called MedTech. The mobile terminal components and MEMS microphone activities will become part of Pulse’s existing Wireless group.
Technitrol acquired Sonion on Feb. 28 and became part of the firm’s Electronic Components Segment. 
Sonion is based in Roskilde, Denmark and has facilities in Poland, China, Vietnam, the US, and the Netherlands. 
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 July 2008 06:52


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