PowerSafe and El-Gev Tie-up for Distribution of Low-level Light Detection Devices in Israel

PowerSafe Technology Corporation, through its subsidiary Amplification Technologies Inc. (ATI), has tied up with El-Gev Electronics Ltd. to distribute and market the entire range of discrete amplification (DA) devices of ATI in Israel.

These DA devices are used for the detection of low-level light.

ATI CEO Avery Kornbluth said that ATI is thrilled at the prospect of increasing the distribution network for its product in Israel with El-Gev Electronics. Kornbuth commented that Israel serves as center for technology innovations in markets, which ATI wants to serve, and he also added that ATI anticipates expansion in Israel region.

Yoel Yogev, CEO and President of El-Gev Electronics, said that El-Gev is eager to add the patented DA technology to its product line. Yogev also added that El-Gev’s customers will be using these state-of-the-art photo-detection gadgets for their technological applications.

Source: www.elgev.co.il

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