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New Yorker Electronics, Isocom open up new markets

25th April 2018
Mick Elliott

New Yorker Electronics and UK-based Isocom, have teamed up to develop a wider worldwide network of certified optoelectronics. Isocom is a specialist manufacturer of optocouplers and optoswitches and is the maker of the pioneering IECQ-CECC BS9400 high-reliability ceramic optocoupler.

The company has almost 20 years experience in the military design, manufacture and supply of high reliability ceramic optocouplers for the defense and aerospace sectors and is responsible for the production of the world's first 6-pin ceramic optocoupler.

New Yorker Electronics, an ISO 9001:2015 and AS9120B certified source of electronic components, also serves these sectors. This parallel means existing customers of both companies will be open to a new range of products from the same provider, making this relationship very beneficial to end users.

“With this new agreement, New Yorker Electronics raises the bar in supplying global optocoupler and optoswitch solutions. This allows us to deliver the most sought after state-of-the-art technology with speed, reliability and aggressive pricing,” said Barry Slivka, president of New Yorker Electronics. “With an innovator like Isocom, we can offer even better and more complete solutions into a wider range of applications.”

The move helps New Yorker Electronics continue its pursuit of expanded product offerings from the highest rated manufacturers to offer end-to-end solutions. In recent months, the firm has announced franchise distribution agreements with MoxiE Inductors, Innodisk Embedded Flash & DRAM Solutions, Adam Tech Custom Connectors and Cable Assemblies and others, with more expected in the very near future.

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