Lumentum And Future Electronics Sign Distribution Agreement
Future to distribute Lumentum's optical transceiver products in America
Future Electronics has signed a distribution agreement with Lumentum to sell Lumentum's optical transceiver products in America.
"We are very pleased to be partnering with Lumentum," said Philippe Vauclair, director of marketing at Future Electronics. "Lumentum is a leader in the optical transceiver market and their products complement our networking solutions offering."
"Lumentum is excited about our new distribution agreement with Future Electronics to market and sell our optical transceiver products," said Chris Pfistner, vice president, product line management, Datacom, Lumentum. "Future is one the leading distributors of top-tier optical technology solutions and we have been impressed by their field organisation and commitment to customer service. We look forward to working with them in the future."
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