Custom MMIC (www.CustomMMIC.com), a developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), announced the appointments of MHz Marketing, Southeastern Sales RF, and Allegiance Sales as their technical sales representatives.
ATW Companies Inc., a leading provider of custom manufactured metal components and services, announced that it has appointed Matthew Underhay as sales manager for A.T. Wall, its precision stamping and tube drawing subsidiary. Underhay, a successful industry veteran, is responsible for supporting the development of A.T. Wall’s sales and marketing processes by leveraging his technical background and market knowledge.
CST has announce that Delcross Technologies’ Electromagnetic Interference Toolkit (EMIT) is now available through the CST of America sales channel. The software will be fully supported by CST’s skilled team of electromagnetic specialists.
Teledyne Relays Europe announces the expansion of the role of Richardson RFPD as a Pan-European distributor of Teledyne Relays and Teledyne Coax Switches products. Richardson RFPD, a distributor for specialised products, brings the technical and applications support to the market needed by customers for Teledyne products.
Giga-tronics Inc. announced the appointment of Bentive LLC as new sale representatives for Northern California, to cover its growing business in RF and microwave test and measurement equipment. The products include the company’s high-performance microwave signal generators, broadband microwave power amplifiers, and extensive line of power meters and power sensors.
COMSOL has opened a new technical sales and support office in the center of Berlin. With this new office, the company further strengthens its presence in the city and the surrounding area, which is home to some of the world's most prestigious research institutes.
Wireless equipment vendors performed well in the fourth quarter of 2011. While finishing strong in the last quarter of every calendar year is typical for vendors in this market, Huawei exceeded expectations and overcame Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) to grab second place in the market. As usual, Ericsson was the market leader, with approximately US$3.5 billion in wireless network equipment sales during 4Q2011.