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Companies in this industry include contract manufacturers and original design manufacturers.

Articles discussing opportunities, technical requirements, and design challenges for power electronics engineers in the EMS industry:

Power Electronics Engineers Can Build Diverse Project Portfolio In EMS Industry
By David G. Morrison, Editor,, June 2011

As power electronics engineers find themselves in high demand in many industries, there’s one option that offers them a different experience than they’re likely to obtain working for most OEMs. This industry may allow them to work on a broader range of projects, get involved in different levels of product specification and design, and focus more on the details of getting products to market quickly as opposed to R&D-related activities. And despite the emphasis on getting products into production, engineers in this industry are still expected to keep up with newer power technologies that provide performance and cost advantages in the marketplace. In this column, executives at Jabil discuss the role of power electronics engineers in the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry, how their work differs from that of engineers in OEM companies, and the skills and experience valued in this industry.  Read the full article»

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