Data I/O Announces New Distribution Partnership with NOA Leading Co., Ltd. in Japan

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Data I/O Corporation, the leading provider of manual and automated device programming solutions, announced the company completed a distribution agreement with NOA Leading Company. Ltd., for representation and sale of Data I/O products in Japan.

NOA Leading Co., an established supplier of programming services in Japan and has gained the trust of major semiconductor partners there. NOA Leading is well positioned to represent Data I/O in Japan’s electronics market.

“As the worldwide leader in device programming and security provisioning, Data I/O is excited to partner with NOA Leading in Japan,” states Mr. Nick Deppen, Asia Sales Director for Data I/O Corporation. “NOA Leading is well respected in the Japanese market and has demonstrated a strong capability for high quality product, service and support”

“Over the past five years NOA Leading Co., Ltd. has successfully programmed more than 16 million NAND based large capacity devices through our programming service utilizing the world’s standard PSV7000 from Data I/O,” states Mr. Mitsuo Ishizaka, Sales & Marketing Director, NOA Leading Co., Ltd. “Now we are very excited to provide advanced programming equipment in addition to our programming service, providing seamless programming solutions to Japanese customers.”



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