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1958: The company was initially founded by Hans Rosenberger Senior in a locksmith shop that today forms the custom machining center.
1967: When Mr. Rosenberger bought some turning machines from a bankrupt company he was asked to handle an outstanding order for this company, giving Rosenberger access to high-frequency technology. His three sons; Hans Jr., Bernhard and Peter joined the company in the early 1980s and broadened the company’s focus from a German based supplier to the wider European market. In the 1990s, due to the foundation of Rosenberger of North America, Lancaster (Pennsylvania), USA, and the opening of Rosenberger Beijing, China, the company evolved to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of RF coaxial-connectors. Business volumes in the Americas and Asia increased considerably.
2005: Rosenberger is the world leading coaxial connector manufacturer (source: Connector Supplier).
2008: Rosenberger turns 50.
Today the company employs more than 2600 people in its 13 strategically located facilities around the world, including The United States, Hungary, Brazil, China and India. Adding to its broad line of coaxial connectors, cable assemblies and related microwave products, the company is a major supplier of FAKRA-RF connectors, the coaxial products standardized by the global automotive industry. Rosenberger OSI Fiber Optic Company further enhances the company’s diverse technological base. Today, Rosenberger is a global supplier—with renowned customers all over the world.
• RF coaxial products
• RF test & measurement products
• RF automotive products
• RosenbergerHSD® connectors and cable assemblies (High Speed Data Systems)
• MobilCom infrastructure site solutions
• Cables and cable assemblies
• Fiber optic products
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