ICP DAS USA, Entivity partner to sell data acquisition and communication products

Rolling Hills Estates, Calif. - CP DAS USA Inc. has announced a partnership with Entivity (Ann Arbor, Mich.) to sell Entivity's Think & Do Studio and Steeplechase VLC throughout the United States through its distribution channel. In return, Entivity will also promote ICP DAS USA's products through its channel.

By Control Engineering Staff March 5, 2002

Rolling Hills Estates, Calif. – CP DAS USA Inc. has announced a partnership with Entivity (Ann Arbor, Mich.) to sell Entivity’s Think & Do Studio and Steeplechase VLC throughout the United States through its distribution channel. In return, Entivity will also promote ICP DAS USA’s products through its channel.

“Entivity has a reputation for excellence in servicing their customers. We’re pleased to have the opportunity to help offer those customers our highly integrated systems products in order to provide fast time-to-market solutions,” said John Gong, president and ceo of ICP DAS USA. “This alliance with Entivity reinforces our commitment to providing the best technology solutions the industry has to offer.”

“ICP DAS’s hardware solution represents an excellent fit with the needs of our customer base and fully complements our product line,” said Pete Durand, coo of Entivity, Inc. “ICP DAS is an innovator of computing technology and a leading provider of computing platforms for embedded applications. We are very excited about the opportunity of growing our business incrementally. Through this relationship with ICP DAS, we can offer additional value to our OEMs, systems integrators and contract manufacturers by providing total integrated solutions tailored to their individual needs.”

ICP DAS, headquartered in Taiwan, has manufactured and supplied data acquisition and communications products to the worldwide market for more than eight years.

Entivity delivers software and Web-enabled services that improve productivity in the development, deployment, and operation of automated material handling and manufacturing systems.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor
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