“By partnering with Eastronics, we can now better support our customers in Israel and introduce Taoglas’ advanced RF and antenna technologies to even more companies there.” – Taylor Kimmerle, VP of Global Sales for Taoglas.
San Diego – June 28, 2023 – Taoglas®, a trusted provider of antennas and IoT components that solves complex engineering problems, has announced a new distribution agreement with Eastronics, a prominent hi-tech distributor in Israel. This partnership aims to expand Eastronics’ industry-leading portfolio of technologies and products, giving their customers in Israel access to Taoglas’ extensive range of antennas, advanced IoT components, and custom design services.
Taoglas’ commitment to continuous innovation, proactive customer service, and quality you can trust builds lasting partnerships that extend beyond a single IoT component. Prioritizing performance and quality, Taoglas’ extensive, innovative portfolio of advanced antenna designs is backed by a global team of experts. Using the latest in high-performance RF antenna design, Taoglas has one of the most comprehensive portfolios of external and embedded antennas covering Cellular, GPS/GNSS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, UWB, NFC/RFID, LPWA, ISM band and Satcom applications.
“We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Eastronics,” said Taylor Kimmerle, VP of Global Sales for Taoglas. “The experienced team at Eastronics comprises highly skilled Application Engineers who deeply understand the complexities involved in selecting the right RF and antenna technologies for their customers. By partnering with Eastronics, we can now better support our customers in Israel and introduce Taoglas’ advanced RF and antenna technologies to even more companies there.”
“We are excited and looking forward to our new partnership with Taoglas, whose products will strengthen our IoT portfolio,” said Doron Eitan, Components and Embedded Systems Manager at Eastronics. “Taoglas’ advanced RF components will definitely help our customers to solve complex connectivity problems in an array of IoT industries,” added Doron Eitan.