Picosecond Pulse Labs to Be Represented by Ward Davis Associates.
BOULDER, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 25, 2003
Picosecond Pulse Labs, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-speed electronic components and test instruments, announces today that the Test and Measurement Division of Ward Davis Associates, www.warddavis.com, will sell Picosecond's instruments to customers in California.
"With Picosecond's focus on the development of next generation high-speed instruments, the addition of Ward Davis to our representation in the U.S. market is a perfect fit for our test and measurement product line. We're looking forward to the level of response we will receive with Ward Davis introducing our newest high-speed products to their customers," says Scott Andrews, Picosecond Pulse Labs CEO.
Ward Davis has been providing test and measurement products and solutions to their customers since 1963. They are uniquely suited to provide the high level of technical support that Picosecond's customers have received for the last twenty-five years.
"We're exited about the opportunity to work with Picosecond Pulse Labs," says Bill Breyer, WDA President. "They've built a strong reputation at the high end of the market, and we're looking forward to being their interface with the customer. Their instrument line complements a number of products from our existing principals."
Picosecond Pulse Labs continues its tradition of providing high performance electronic pulse instruments with extremely fast risetimes. Recent products have 5 picosecond pulse edges. The new Model 4020 TDR source is useable with other standard TDR instruments to greatly improve the resolution of critical performance measurements in high-speed serial links.
About Picosecond Pulse Labs
Picosecond Pulse Labs, Inc., a privately held corporation headquartered in Boulder, Colo., is a leading designer and manufacturer of components, modules, and instruments for high-speed analog electronic systems. Founded in 1980 by Dr. James R. Andrews as a spin-off from the National Bureau of Standards (now NIST), Picosecond has a 20-year legacy of innovation in metrology and ultra-broadband design. The company's components provide a unique combination of high reliability and superior performance.