RFMW brings TriQuint Semiconductor’s product lines to EMEA
February 04, 2011 // Julien Happich
RF and microwave components specialized distributor RFMW signed a distribution agreement with TriQuint Semiconductor to bring the company’s products to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This agreement expands and builds upon the successful relationship that the two companies have had in North America since 2005 and in Israel since 2010.
According to Joel Levine, president of RFMW Ltd., “Teaming with TriQuint in Europe allows us to offer our customers more of the world’s best RF/microwave semiconductors, filters and integrated circuits. TriQuint’s focus on components for communications applications matches perfectly with RFMW’s focus on serving customers in diverse markets who require a wide range of RF/microwave components”.
RFMW established sales offices in the U.K., Germany, and Italy at the beginning of 2011, and the TriQuint product line helps ensure our successful start in Europe. Our goal is to expand TriQuint's design in opportunities and to provide a high level of customer support to TriQuint’s current customers.
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