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Framos, Pyxalis Enter Distribution Partnership

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Image sensor distributor Framos Technologies Inc. has extended its collaboration with CMOS image sensor designer Pyxalis SAS, entering a formal agreement to provide Framos partners with customized, high-performance sensors.

The agreement also includes sensor specification elaboration support, sensor architecture, design, prototyping, validation, industrialization and manufacturing using silicon imaging technologies. This technology partnership significantly enhances Framos’ imaging solutions portfolio.

“In this day and age, as technology is rapidly changing in the sensor space, we are happy to partner with Pyxalis to offer our customers more options to suit their sensor needs,” said Sebastien Dignard, president of Framos Technologies. “Our business innovation and coverage make this agreement a great complement to the Framos portfolio to support our customers along the complete imaging value chain from now, as well as customized sensors to complete systems.”

Pyxalis is a supplier of advanced custom and semi-custom CMOS image sensors. Framos is a provider of imaging components and systems.

“We’re delighted to work with Framos Technologies in Europe and North America,” said Philippe Rommeveaux, president and CEO of Pyxalis. As a seven-year-old company supplying custom image sensors, we’ve built successful partnerships with customers in many applications from niche markets (aerospace, scientific, defense) to medium volume (industrial, medical) and consumer markets (biometrics, automotive). Thanks to this cooperation with Framos, it is now time to reach a larger market and to provide our capabilities and technologies to a greater number of customers.”

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2017
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