What does Vicor do?


What does Vicor do?

Vicor Corporation designs, manufactures, and markets modular power components and complete power systems. The Company’s products are used in electronic products to convert power from a primary power source into the direct current required by electronic circuits.

Is Vicor a good company?

a good company to work for? Vicor Corp. has an overall rating of 4.0 out of 5, based on over 84 reviews left anonymously by employees. 68% of employees would recommend working at Vicor Corp. to a friend and 82% have a positive outlook for the business.

Where is Vicor located?

Andover, MA
Corporate headquarters: 25 Frontage Road Andover, MA 01810-5499 U.S.A. 90,000 sq. ft.

How many employees does Vicor have?

Vicor Corporation

Type Public company
Total assets US$165.72 million (2017)
Total equity US$136.42 million (2017)
Number of employees 970 (2017)
Website vicorpower.com

Is Vicor stock a buy?

Vicor has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.50, and is based on 2 buy ratings, 2 hold ratings, and no sell ratings.

Who are Vicor’s customers?

A sampling of Vicor’s customers is a who’s who of the high-performance computing market. These customers include Nvidia (NVDA), IBM (IBM), AMD (AMD), Xilinx (XLNX), Cray (HPE) (now HP), Ceribris, Tesla (TSLA), Intel (INTC), and Google (GOOG) (GOOGL).

Is Vicor a buy?

Is Vicr a buy?

The consensus rating for Vicor is Moderate Buy while the average consensus rating for computer and technology companies is Buy.

Is Vicr a good stock to buy?

What is a good stock score?

Traditionally, any value under 1.0 is considered a good P/B value, indicating a potentially undervalued stock. However, value investors often consider stocks with a P/B value under 3.0.

How do you know if a stock is profitable?

Here are nine things to consider.

  1. Price. The first and most obvious thing to look at with a stock is the price.
  2. Revenue Growth. Share prices generally only go up if a company is growing.
  3. Earnings Per Share.
  4. Dividend and Dividend Yield.
  5. Market Capitalization.
  6. Historical Prices.
  7. Analyst Reports.
  8. The Industry.