Coto Technology adds Texim Europe as distributor for the Benelux market

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Coto Technology, worldwide market leader of small signal switching products, and Texim Europe B.V., distributor of high technology component solutions, today announced a partnership to distribute Coto Technology 's portfolio in the Benelux market.

Coto specializes in the manufacture of relay and switch products. Their small signal switching products are sold into the Automatic Test Equipment, Data Acquisition, Instrumentation, Process Control, Telecommunications, Medical and Security markets. Among other Coto Technology products, Texim Europe will be stocking pico relays, surface-mount relays, molded reed switches, and Coto's Spartan line of SIPs and DIPs.

"We are extremely pleased with the addition of Coto Technology devices to our Switching Solutions portfolio. The Coto range of products is fully complementary to our existing portfolio and the Coto brand is a quality enhancement to our line card", says Arnoud Koens, Managing Director at Texim Europe. "Most of all we are excited about Coto's determination to continually develop new products based on the latest switching technology. This will give our customers great possibilities to create new and innovative equipment for their markets."

"These are exciting times for Coto as we not only plan to expand our product offerings but do so through current and newly fostered channel partners. We are incredibly fortunate and excited to welcome Texim Europe to our distribution team. We value Texim Europe's keen focus on providing strong technical and customer support, essential in today's highly competitive market" says William Gotschewski, Vice President Sales & Marketing of Coto Technology.

"Besides the existing Coto reed relays portfolio Texim Europe will also introduce the CotoMos range for switching small signals. This year we also expect to launch a brand new mini switch (1.2 x 2.3 x 1.0 mm) to be used in applications where board space is a premium and battery drain or life is critical. Many of our customers have asked for this solution for their professional products", says Cees Sanders, Field Application Engineer Switching Solutions at Texim Europe.

About Coto Technology

Coto Technology’s reed relay & reed switch manufacturing facility is located in Mexicali, Mexico. Coto Technology, Inc. originated in Providence, Rhode Island, USA in 1917 as Coto Coil Incorporated - a company specializing in the design and manufacture of coil windings. During the mid-1960’s, Coto expanded its product line by introducing the reed relay – the result of integrating reed switches into coil windings. By 1970, Coto emerged as a leading manufacturer of reed relays with the development of the first patented Low-Thermal EMF reed relay. Coto went on to produce the first ever surface mounted reed relays in 1983, the world’s smallest SMD reed relay in 1994, and the first patented reed relay with >8 GHz performance in 2001.

In 2010, Coto relocated its relay design labs and corporate offices to scenic North Kingstown, RI along the shores of Narragansett Bay. The new, high-efficiency facilities allow Coto engineers to focus on developing solutions for tomorrow’s small signal switching applications. Whether it’s high-speed serial data communication, signal integrity analysis, or the increasing demands for greater bandwidth and higher frequency, Coto is prepared and committed to solving the applications concerns of our customers now and in the years to come.
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