Yageo announced that it intends to acquire 100% of the shares of Pulse Electronics in the United States with a transaction value of US$740 million.

Pulse Electronics is a leading supplier of electronic components. Founded in the United States in 1956, Pulse Electronics is part of the Technitrol Group, a New York City Wall Street company based in San Diego, California. Pulse has production bases, R&D centers and sales centers throughout the world, such as Germany, Finland, France, Tunisia, Ireland, Singapore, Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong.

Pulse has been devoted to the research, development and production of high-tech products such as computer networks and communication equipment, and has produced various types of semi-finished electronic components such as transformers, filters, connectors, etc. Widely used in computers, mobile phones, networks, home appliances, etc. High-tech communication equipment. Pulse is a supplier partner of Tesla Model 3 and its products are from Pulse's Automotive, Power and Network divisions.

Yageo's strategy to acquire Pulse Electronics aims to increase its product portfolio. In addition to providing complete passive components, it expands its offerings to customers in electronic components including wireless components, high-end transformers, integrated connector modules, high-frequency chip inductors, and power supplies. And cable systems, etc.; and increased Yageo's operating scale in the United States and Europe; and continued to reinforce Yageo's niche market layout for automotive electronics and industrial specifications. From this we can see that the country’s huge global ambitions and strategic layout of the automotive emerging market.