PulseR rebrands as iNRCORE. “This year, we determined that the next step in our evolution is to invest in our brand and align it with the exciting growth we have planned for our business.” – Sarah Harris, President & CEO (2020)
The Jordan Company (Chicago, IL) acquires majority stake of PulseR, with a renewed commitment to fund and expand the business.
PulseR moves to new, larger, state-of-the-art facilities in the US and China. Both facilities certified to AS9100D, and include expanded in-house qualification testing capabilities and automated production lines.
As parent company Pulse Electronics is acquired by Yageo, the Military & Aerospace division becomes a stand-alone, incorporated business: “PulseR, LLC”
Pulse Electronics is designed into the Orion Spacecraft, providing all of its data lines through the signature Copperhead Transceiver product line.
Technitrol and Pulse announces name change to Pulse Electronics. “Pulse Electronics Corporation reflects our focus as a pure-play electronic components provider.” – Interim President Drew Moyer.
Pulse secures major design wins on the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 aircrafts.
Pulse secures its AS9100 certification.
Pulse is selected to provide more than 350 components per aircraft on the F-35 platform (NOTE: this number is now 410 components per aircraft in 2020)
Over the next decade, Pulse would complete 10 acquisitions , including the acquisition of EWC, Inc., which doubled the size of Mil-Aero Division and added a “Power Products” line.
All Pulse facilities are receive their ISO 9000 registration.
Technitrol purchases Pulse Engineering and merges with Fil-Mag to form “Pulse”.
Pulse Engineering opens its first manufacturing facility in China.
Technitrol is founded in Philadelphia, PA in 1947. The business was one of the 1st suppliers qualified to produce components that support high-reliability applications.