Abracon, LLC (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of passive and electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions announces A&R Electronics as a new manufacturers’ representative in Japan. The addition of A&R Electronics marks the first time Abracon will have manufacturer representatives in Japan.

“A&R Electronics will represent us in the world’s largest marketplace for timing products. Engaging with the right rep organization in Japan is of strategic significance because of the growth opportunity in this key market,” said Arthur Wong, general manager of Asia Pacific for Abracon. “As we are, ‘The Heartbeat of the IoT’, this strategic alignment will benefit accelerates key enablement of exposure into Japan’s IoT and industrial applications.”

Additionally, expansion within the RF, connectivity, power and energy products allows delivery of more complete solutions. This partnership assures additional support for customers in Japan and accelerates their time to market using Abracon’s product offering and leading edge technologies.

About Abracon, LLC | The Heartbeat of the IoT™

Founded in 1992, and headquartered in Spicewood, Texas, Abracon is a leading global manufacturer of passive and electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions. Abracon offers a wide selection of quartz timing crystals and oscillators, MEMS oscillators, real time clocks (RTC), Bluetooth modules, ceramic resonators, SAW filters and resonators, power and RF inductors, transformers, RJ45s and RF antennas and wireless charging coils. The company is ISO9001-2015 certified with design & application engineering resources in Texas and sales offices in: North Central, Northeast, Southeast, West Coast US and Argentina, Australia/New Zealand, Brazil, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nordics, Taiwan, and UK. Abracon’s products are offered through its global distribution network.

For more information about Abracon, visit www.abracon.com.


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