Custom MMIC Appoints New UK Rep
Aspen Electronics added to growing network of technical representatives
Custom MMIC, a US developer of monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has announced the appointment of Aspen Electronics as its new technical representative covering the UK.
"We're excited to be working with Aspen Electronics as a part of our growing network of technical representatives," said Paul Blount, president and CEO of Custom MMIC.
"Their extensive knowledge of the RF and microwave industry in the UK, developed over more than 40 years, gives them an unparalleled understanding of the opportunities for Custom MMIC in this region. We look forward to expanding our business with Aspen."
Aspen Electronics was founded in 1974 to offer components and technologies for the RF/microwave and wireless markets.
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