Anvo-Systems appoints ViMOS Technologies as new distributor

Anvo-Systems Dresden has signed a distribution agreement with ViMOS Technologies. The aim of this agreement is to further increase market penetration of the advanced nvSRAM technologies supplied from Germany and provide customers with even better local design-in support. ViMOS Technologies GmbH, which operates throughout Europe, is particularly specialized in the fields of automotive and industrial applications.

In recent months, Anvo-Systems Dresden has continuously expanded its distribution network in Europe and the US. In central Europe, Anvo-Systems Dresden is already represented by SIMOS Elektronik in Dachau near Munich, DACOM West in Haan near Düsseldorf and Endrich Baulemente in Nagold near Stuttgart.

Anvo-Systems’ non-volatile memory products ensure storage of all data in the case of an unforeseeable power drop or, if desired, at any time when initiated by a command. In addition to the Internet of Things, applications include servers, medical, industrial automation, measurement technology, building automation and smart metering systems.


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