Pixim and Vectronics Sign Distribution Agreement

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA /MARKET WIRE/ -- Pixim Inc. and Vectronics Ltd. announced their partnership to distribute Pixim's chipsets and video surveillance camera reference design in Israel. With more than thirty years' experience, Vectronics is a leading representative and distributor for international semiconductor companies in the billion-dollar Israeli market. Pixim views Vectronics' reputation for closely monitoring customer needs and providing excellent technical support as key value for Pixim customers.

The Pixim-Vectronics distribution agreement underscores Pixim's commitment to global expansion and rapid market adoption in the video surveillance market. Pixim now has manufacturers' representatives and distributors throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. For a full list visit the company's Web site.

Vectronics will distribute Pixim's complete digital imaging system, consisting of an image sensor, image processor, camera reference design kit, and key software and algorithms that allow video surveillance camera developers to easily design and build high quality, advanced-featured cameras.

"Vectronics is proud to distribute Pixim chipsets in Israel since they represent the highest quality in image sensors available for the security camera industry," said Zafrir Yoeli, CEO of Vectronics. "Delivering the best in wide dynamic range, image quality, and color rendition benefits Israel's continued efforts to develop the world's leading-edge security systems."

"Pixim's Orca chipset is an ideal match for the Israeli security market, where a high level of technical expertise exists that includes developing leading-edge technologies in the fields of video analytics, compression, and biometrics," comments Cyril Claustres, Director of Business Development, Europe and Middle East. "Pixim and Vectronics' joint distribution agreement will bring the best in image-capture technology and technical support to the Israeli security industry."

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