07 Feb 2017

Anokiwave & InResonance sign Sweden representative deal

Anokiwave, an innovative company providing highly integrated IC solutions for mmW markets and Active Antenna based solutions, has announced that they have signed a representative agreement with InResonance in Sweden. The agreement aligns with Anokiwave’s goal to support new customers and opportunities for our highly-integrated Active Antenna Core IC solutions in Sweden.

InResonance has a wide experience in both microwave design as well as sales and marketing and is focused on the Swedish wireless market, specializing on in-design of RF and microwave components of strategic importance.

“This agreement strengthens the technical support we can provide to customers in Sweden and increases our ability to promote our 5G Active Antenna Core IC solutions in the region,” states Vincent Pelliccia, Anokiwave VP of Business Development. “With detailed knowledge of the Swedish wireless market, InResonance is ideally positioned to drive the adoption of our IC solutions into the 5G, RADAR, and SATCOM markets.”

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