Electronic Design

<i> electronica 2006 UPDATE</i>: 14.11.2006<br><b>TES and Wisair Collaborate to Deliver Ultra Wideband Solutions</b>

Langon, France and Campbell, Calif.:
TES Electronic Solutions, an independent full service electronic design and manufacturing company, and Wisair, provider of Ultra Wideband (UWB) chip set solutions based on Certified Wireless USB, today announced they are collaborating to offer UWB solutions in Europe. Under the partnership, TES Electronics will provide system and module design services and customer support for UWB solutions based on Wisair's UWB chip set.

TES provides an extensive range of IP, design and manufacturing services and has market-leading expertise in implementing wireless technologies such as DECT, Bluetooth, Emergency Beacons and ZigBee. "We are pleased to collaborate with a leading design house such as TES," said David Yaish, Wisair CEO. "TES is uniquely positioned to provide UWB IP, development tools and design services that complement our chipset offerings. Through this collaboration, both companies will be able to expand into new UWB markets."

Combining in-depth knowledge of high and low data rate UWB technologies in partnership with a leading chip provider, TES offers a clear advantage to customers requiring customization of a wide range of UWB applications in B2B communications. By investing in cutting-edge wireless technology such as UWB, TES offers customers a fast time to market and efficient use of global resources via its unique Custom Design & Manufacture "CDM" program. "The combination of TES and Wisair's product and development knowledge brings even greater added value to the UWB solutions that TES is able to offer," said Nick Walker, senior VP sales and marketing at TES. "Wisair's UWB chip set has really increased the advantage we are able to provide to the B2B communications market and the agreement is a win-win-win for TES, Wisair and its customers."

TES will be providing a UWB demo during electronica, which will be taking place in Munich, November 14-17, Hall 6 — Booth A6, 211.

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