JVD expands sales operations with first European office
November 05, 2010 // Paul Buckley
US-based analog mixed-signal ASIC design and test services company, JVD Inc., has expanded its sales operations internationally through a UK sales office based in Solihull in the West Midlands. The UK office will be managed by semiconductor veteran Nic Houslip, establishing the company’s first European local point of presence.
JVD, established in Silicon Valley in 1982, has a long history in the Custom Analog IC market, ASIC product development, manufacturing and production testing.
The company, whose engineering resources features 71 patents, is seeking to fill a niche in the European Analog ASIC market, by offering a variety of ASIC design services and manufacturing that take advantage of the plethora of boutique Analog Fabs in Silicon Valley. JVD offers products that other ASIC companies cannot because the technical requirements do not fit into the rigid guidelines of traditional Asian foundries.
“Nic’s prior sales experience with Dallas Semiconductor, Synergy and most recently Supertex, have given him a broad understanding of the EU market needs, especially for industrial and medical applications,” said Mike VanDierendonck, JVD’s President.
Visit JVD at www.jvdinc.com
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