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EB (Elektrobit), a developer of cutting-edge embedded technology solutions for the automotive and wireless industries, has appointed Cornes Dodwell Ltd. as its new distributor for EB Propsim radio channel emulators in Japan. Cornes Dodwell provides end-customers with a local contact point and adds value by delivering industry-leading EB Propsim solutions to address their testing needs.
EB is a leader in radio channel emulation and Propsim radio channel emulators are used extensively by chipset developers, network infrastructure manufacturers, mobile terminal developers, wireless operators and researchers for a range of testing requirements in the telecommunications, defense and aerospace, and automotive industries.
Cornes Dodwell is one of Japan's most successful and longest-established distributors of electronic devices, systems and components. The company has an extensive sales record and is a recognized supplier of equipment to Government and private industry for civil, commercial and defense applications.
"EB's range of acclaimed radio channel emulators nicely complements our portfolio of high-tech products for the RF and microwave markets and Cornes Dodwell is looking forward to working together with the EB team to develop and grow new opportunities for these products in Japan," said Akira Kimura, Director and General Manager of Cornes Dodwell's systems and equipment division.
EB's Director, Sales and Marketing, Wireless Communications Tools, Harri Tulimaa, said, "We are excited to start this new cooperation with Cornes Dodwell after a careful selection process. Our EB Propsim radio channel emulators are widely used by leading companies involved in W-CDMA, WiMAX, LTE and other emerging future technologies, and in Japan the market for advanced wireless testing solutions is a prime focus for EB. We are confident that our existing and future customers will benefit from this new local presence."
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