Brief History

Paricon Technologies was founded in 1997 with the goal of providing next-generation separable interconnection products to the fastest growing and most demanding segments of the electronics market. The company is privately held and has been led by Dr. Roger Weiss since its inception.

In 2011, Paricon moved to its current location in a modern industrial park near Boston, MA. This 10,000 square foot facility houses sales, engineering and manufacturing for all the Paricon products, including the proprietary equipment used to make its unique PariPoser® fabric.

The PariPoser® fabric concept was initially developed at Bell Labs to address the future trends of the electronic industry. Trends like higher device speeds, increased densities and lower manufacturing cost. In 1997, Paricon acquired the exclusive rights to the Bell Labs technology, patents and manufacturing equipment. And for the past 20 years, Paricon has pioneered economical interconnect products that work at a pitch as small as 100 microns and at speeds over 100 GHz – products that are used in satellites and cellphones, and products for both microwave and medical applications.

PariPosers are available as a sheet of fabric, or as a component in assembled connectors and sockets. Products are developed with the technical staff in Massachusetts or with selected business partners in specific markets or geographical areas.