Altum RF Signs Globes For Sales
Sales representative will provide expanded coverage and support for customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Altum RF, a supplier of high-performance RF to millimeter-wave semiconductor solutions, announces a sales representative agreement with Globes Elektronik, covering customers located in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Founded in 1995 with headquarters in Heilbronn, Germany, Globes specialises in deep technical knowledge of high frequency, microwave and RF technologies. Globes also has expertise and strong relationships in communications, military, ISM and satellite markets.
“We are excited to announce this sales representative partnership with Globes, which further expands our sales coverage,” stated Greg Baker, Altum RF CEO. “With knowledgeable sales engineers in the RF and microwave industry, we are confident Globes will provide excellent technical expertise to customers, enabling them to be successful on design projects.”
Ulrich Blievernicht, COO, partner and co-founder, Globes Elektronik, responded, “The addition of Altum RF's innovative products to our catalog bolsters our ability to supply technical solutions, and we are excited about this cooperation to better serve customers.”
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