About Us

InnovationBTCPower (Broadband TelCom Power, Inc.) was founded in 1999 to commercialize its proprietary Flat Matrix Transformer Technology (FMTXR) by developing power supplies and converters for the telecom and internet infrastructure market. The FMTX technology enabled the Company to offer the highest current density converters in the market (current supply capability per cubic inch), receiving numerous rewards and recognition.

Unfortunately, despite the many technological and product advantages, the market for high current density power converters for telecom and internet in frastructure virtually disappeared at the sudden end of the internet boom in 2001. The introduction and market acceptance of very low cost non-isolated VRM chipsets exacerbated this negative market impact for BTCPower. A recovery attempt was made by targeting the Automated Test Equipment (ATE) market instead with the same standard product lines, but this was marginally successful due to lack of market size, increasing competition, and the fact that the highest current density did not offer asignificant advantage in this particular market.

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Key Team Members

BTCPower has a long track record of providing power conversion and charging solutions for a very broad range of applications, with an emphasis evolving from telecommunications and networking infrastructure to electric vehicle charging.

Frank Meza, Etienne van Ballegooyen, Jim Rosenberg, Gary Randall, Kos Chitle, Jack Gaikwad

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Press Release

BTCPower Awarded $8.8M for High Frequency Material Handling Battery Charger Contract

(Santa Ana, CA) - BTCPower is pleased to announce that the Company has been awarded an $8.8M contract by Anaheim based Advanced Charging Technologies, Inc. (ACT).

The agreement covers the development and manufacturing of a complete series of top of the line, high performance Fast Chargers and Opportunity Chargers for batteries for forklifts and other material handling equipment, with output power ratings ranging from 4.5kW to 19.2kW.

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