Clarivate Recognises Delta electronics' Green Solution

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Delta, a world-renowned company that offers power and thermal management solutions, has announced that it has received recognition as one of the Top 100 Global Innovators™ (2023) by Clarivate for its remarkable innovation and extensive portfolio of patented intellectual property.

Gordon Samson, Chief Product Officer, Clarivate, said, “We congratulate Delta Electronics for being named a Top 100 Global Innovators for two years in a row. Delta Electronics shows consistent, above-the-bar innovation performance, especially the success of its patent applications as intellectual assets in the market. Together with all Top 100 Global Innovators, Delta fully appreciates that innovative ideas and solutions to current challenges not only bring rewards to its business but foster genuine improvements in society.”

Ping Cheng, Delta’s Chief Executive Officer, said, "We are quite pleased to receive such prominent recognition for Delta's R&D endeavours for two years in a row. As a world-class corporate citizen committed to energy conservation and sustainable development, Delta leverages its focus on R&D-based innovation and its prowess in power electronics, infrastructure, and automation to provide innovative, clean, and energy-efficient solutions.

"In regards to our patent portfolio, Delta has deeply cultivated patent assets in its worldwide R&D centres, manufacturing sites, and major markets to optimise its competitiveness. Looking at the growth trends in India and Southeast Asia, Delta will continue accelerating its related portfolio there going forward."

Delta's corporate culture has always been centred on innovative thinking. Since 2008, the company has established the Delta Innovation Award, which includes categories such as "Outstanding Contribution," "Elite Inventor," and "Quality IP Portfolio" to recognise individuals or teams for their innovative work in constructing a patent layout that has commercial value.

Delta spends more than 8% of its annual revenue on research and development (R&D). It has more than 10,000 R&D engineers and 73 R&D centres worldwide to encourage new ideas.

In 2013, Delta established the Delta Research Center (DRC) to respond to groundbreaking technological trends and enhance its research and development capacity, with a focus on smart manufacturing, artificial intelligence, ICT, and life sciences. DRC takes an open approach to collaboration, working with ecosystem partners from different industries, government agencies, universities, and research institutions to ensure that everyone succeeds.

To assess the strength of every patented idea, the Top 100 Global Innovators uses a complete comparative analysis of global invention data, using measures directly tied to their innovative power. For more information on the methodology used to identify the 2023 list, please refer to this source.

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