LONDON XJTAG, a supplier of IEEE Std. 1149.1 compliant boundary scan tools, has appointed eight distributors, which will provide the company with representation in 21 countries across Europe, the Far East, North America, the Middle East and Australasia.
XJTAG (Cambridge, England) says this is the first wave of distributor appointments planned for 2007. “Our intention is to make XJTAG the leading boundary scan supplier in the market. To achieve this, we are establishing a network of distributors to address the growing global demand among product developers and contract manufacturers for our advanced and sophisticated toolset,” said Simon Payne, CEO, XJTAG.
The new distributors include: Alfa-Tek (Australia and New Zealand), Antycip (France and Italy), Fuji-Setsu (Japan), gsh-systemelectronic (Austria and Germany), Joral Technologies (Canada and North-East U.S.), Phoenix Technologies (Israel), Quantum (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovakia and the Ukraine), and Sprint Tronica (Portugal and Spain).
The distributors will be able to provide a complimentary board setup service and free 30-day evaluation of theXJTAG development system.
The XJTAG development system is a solution for debugging and testing complex electronic printed circuits and systems.It enables engineers to test a high proportion of the circuit (both boundary scan and cluster devices) including BGA and chip scale packages, such as SDRAMs, Ethernet controllers, video interfaces, Flash memories, field programmable gate arrays and microprocessors.
Simon Payne, CEO of XJTAG (third from the right), with the company'sexpanded team of distributors.