Infinite RF Holdings, Inc. Announces A Merger With L-Com, Inc.

IRVINE, CA - Infinite RF Holdings, Inc., supplier of engineering-grade radio frequency (RF), microwave and millimeter-wave components and cable assemblies through their Pasternack and Fairview Microwave branded lines, announces the acquisition of L-com, Inc., a manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity solutions with significant custom manufacturing capabilities.

Headquartered in North Andover, Massachusetts, with global manufacturing, sales and distribution operations, L-Com serves the wireless engineering community with short lead time design and product solutions. Its comprehensive offering includes wireless components, cable assemblies, antennas, specialized Military/Aeronautics connectivity solutions, electrical connectors and wireless sensors for IOT applications through the branded product lines L-Com, HyperLink®, MilesTek®, Aiconics and Point Six Wireless.

The addition of L-Com to Infinite’s existing RF component companies, Pasternack Enterprises Inc., and Fairview Microwave Inc., creates a combination of solutions and a global footprint that provides the engineer-in-need with the broadest spectrum of wired and wireless products to meet the urgent requirements of the technical buyer.

L-Com’s award winning sales and service teams combine with Infinite’s ecommerce expertise and 24/7 support to create a synergy that enables both companies to deliver benchmark service levels to the global wired and wireless engineering community. L-Com’s strong physical presence in China accelerates the establishment of a local Pasternack fulfillment center to deliver the full impact of its customer value proposition to the China market and strengthens all of its brands in the Asia-Pacific region.

Infinite will continue to operate from its headquarters in Irvine, California.

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