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Wi2Wi Expands US Sales Network Adding Seven New Sales Partners

Wi2Wi, Inc., a leader in Wireless System-in-Package (SIP), module, and subsystems for embedded applications, has added seven new sales partners as its representative in key territories in North America. Wi2Wi now has a total of fifteen sales representatives in North America, constituting a world-class sales infrastructure together with Wi2Wi’s distribution partners Avnet and Mouser.

Wi2Wi’s new sales partners have extensive background and solid presence in Wi2Wi’s core target markets of

  • Industrial
  • Medical
  • Smart-Home/Building
  • Government
  • Infrastructure

Wi2Wi has over 140 New Design Engagements (partially as a result of the initial success of these partnerships in 2012), for its third generation Industrial-Class products comprised of WiFi / WiFi-Bluetooth and GPS. Wi2Wi’s core Industrial-Class WiFi & WiFi-Bluetooth products are W2CBW0015 & W2CBW0016 New Ultra-Small SiPs, featuring 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth-3.0. Wi2Wi’s main Industrial-Class GPS products are W2SG0008i & W2SG0084i New Ultra-Small modules.

Wi2Wi new sales partners, added between March and November 2012, include the following:

Aurora Technical Sales, (with head-quarter in Raleigh, North Carolina), focuses on the Dixie States including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi. Aurora’s customers include Boeing, L3, Northrop, SAIC, GE, Phillips, General Dynamics, & Lockheed.

CTC Associates, (with head-quarter in Norwood, MA), focuses on Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont, Rhode Island & Connecticut. CTC’s other partners include NXP and Toshiba also focused on Industrial, Government, Smart-Building & Medical Markets, and both synergistic with Wi2Wi.

Synergy Technical Sales, (with head-quarter in Peoria, AZ), focuses on AZ, NM, Clark-County-NV. Synergy’s other partners include Marvell, synergistic with Wi2Wi. Synergy’s customers include IBM, Comtech EF Data, Emerson and Honeywell.

Epic Technical, (with head-quarter in Calgary, Alberta, Canada), focuses on Western Canada including British Columbia, Alberta, Saskachuan, & Manitoba. Epic’s other partnerss include Altera, LSI, & ST-Micro also focused on Industrial, Government, Smart-Building & Medical Markets, and synergistic with Wi2Wi.

Encore Technical Sales, (with head-quarter in San Jose, CA), focuses on Northern CA, Northern NV. Encore’s other partnerss include Antennova focused synergistic with Wi2Wi.

Tri-Tech Electronics, (with head-quarter in Rochester, NY), focuses on upstate New York, NY. Tri-Tech’s other partners include Marvell and Silicon Labs, synergistic with Wi2Wi. Tri-Tech’s customers include GE, Tyco, Kodak, Tyco HealthCare, Harris, ITT, Lockheed, L3, and Northrop.

Cahill, Schmitz, and Cahill, (with head-quarter in St. Paul, MN), focuses on Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, W. Wisconsin. Cahill was the TI partner synergistic with Wi2Wi. Cahill‘s customers include 3M, Emerson, Honeywell, Lockheed, and Rockwell.

“Wi2Wi is well-positioned as a leader in the embedded industrial-class wireless connectivity for non-Consumer applications worldwide. We have established a solid Foundation for our core markets of Industrial, Medical, Smart-Building/Home, Government & Infrastructure, through design-wins with industry leaders in each segment,” Wi2Wi’s CEO Dr. Reza Ahy noted. ”Our new sales partners significantly enhance our North American market presence and sales drive as Wi2Wi further accelerates the foundation for its growth through substantial number of design engagements in this territory.”

Wi2Wi has over 150 customers worldwide in different phases of the design cycle, many already in production. North America is expected to remain the largest market for Wi2Wi’s industrial-class products over the next 5 years. Wi2Wi’s current customer list in North America includes global industry leaders such as Phillips, Motorola, Honeywell, General Electric, and Raytheon, alongside other tier-1, tier-2 & tier-3 customers.

About Wi2Wi Inc.

Wi2Wi Inc. is the leading supplier to the premium markets of Wireless System-in-Package (SIP), module, and subsystems for embedded applications including WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Wi2Wi is a leader in wireless solutions for Industrial, Medical, Smart-Metering/Smart Home, & Government. Headquartered in San Jose, California, Wi2Wi provides leading-edge wireless solutions for embedded applications with substantial savings on time-to-market, cost, and system-integration. Wi2Wi solutions also leverage its patent-pending wireless integration technology along with tier-1 global partnerships with industry leading silicon and supply chain companies, serving a large number of Fortune-500 customers.

For pricing and availability inquiries, please contact your local Wi2Wi Sales Representative. Sample quantities and development kits can be ordered from our franchised distribution partners Avnet/Memec (800) 332-8638 and www.mouser.com/wi2wi (800) 346-6873.

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