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Hyperstone announces Shinden Hightex Corporation as Distribution Partner

To increase the company’s presence in Japan, German semiconductor company Hyperstone announced today that it has appointed Shinden Hightex Corporation as its new distributor for its NAND Flash controller products throughout Japan. Shinden Hightex is well known within the semiconductor industry for their well-rounded product line up, technical competence and efficiency in providing customers with proposals and ascertaining the appropriate technology for unique projects. Under the agreement, Shinden Hightex will become a primary provider of high quality Flash Controllers across Japan. This partnership will not only increase Hyperstone’s reach but also their immediate support base across a range of industrial markets in Japan.

Kenichiro Tomomori, Hyperstone´s VP Sales Asia comments on the partnership: “We are pleased to be partnering with Shinden Hightex as they are one of the leading distributors in Japan with customers in multiple industrial markets. They recognise the growing demand for industrial requirements in various kinds of applications including prosumer systems. With their proven track records for customer design-wins; we expect to see a significant adoption of our solutions throughout the Japanese market.”

“Shinden Hightex has established itself as significant distributor of electronic and semiconductor components over the last two decades,” claims Atsushi Suzuki, President of Shinden Hightex. “We are very excited about adding world class Flash Controller solutions to our product portfolio and being able to offer our customers a simple path to ensure a complete solution”.

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