Lake Mary, FL USA - Scientific Test, Inc and Test Equipment Connection Announce World Wide Sales Agreement for Curve Tracers
Released on: September 19, 2008, 1:16 pm
Press Release Author: Phil Vogel
Press Release Summary: Test Equipment Connection Corporation today announced the company has been chosen to sell new Scientific Test discrete semiconductor test equipment.
Press Release Body: Test Equipment Connection Corporation today announced the company has been chosen to sell new Scientific Test discrete semiconductor test equipment. “Scientific Test curve tracers are an excellent substitute for discontinued Tektronix 370A/B and Tektronix 371A/B curve tracers.” said Lexie Moss, Sales and Channels Manager for Test Equipment Connection Corporation. “The STI 5000E and STI 5300HX testers provide high throughput and superb performance at great price. We can even benchmark customer samples and return the data for review to prove the accuracy of captured test results. STI semiconductor testers are today’s curve tracer solution for production, quality control and final test.”
About Test Equipment Connection Corporation:
Test Equipment Connection Corporation and TE Connection Asia Limited are industry-leading suppliers of New and Refurbished electronic test and measurement (“T&M”) equipment. The companies sell, rent, lease, buy, trade, repair and calibrate over 250 manufacturers with thousands of products available New and Refurbished. The companies are a single source supplier with in-house calibration laboratories assuring that customers receive only the highest quality T&M equipment and support. Test Equipment Connection Corporation has over 200,000 customers, a 45,000 square foot warehouse and repair facility in the US, and 15 years of profitability and financial strength. The Company web sites are located at www.testequipmentconnection.com and www.teconnectionasia.com
About Scientific Test, Inc.:
Current company President John Bailey founded Scientific Test, Inc. in 1981. The logic for the business was based on the observation that demand existed for automatic testing of discrete semiconductor devices without the $100,000 or more investment then required. The initial target market was incoming inspection, a function for most companies which typically could not afford the cost of previously available equipment. As the company’s products were refined and improved, sales to device manufacturers began. Scientific Test curve tracers are now in use worldwide for production, quality control and final test.
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Press Release Contact Information:
Phil Vogel email@example.com Business Development Manager Test Equipment Connection Corporation (800) 615-8378 x 141
Web Site: http://www.testequipmentconnection.com/
Contact Details: Phil Vogel 30 Skyline Drive Lake Mary, Fl 32746 800-615-8378 800-819-8378 Business5@testequipmentconnection.com