Sony extends distributor network across Eastern Europe

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Sony Europe's Image Sensing Solutions (ISS) division is extending its network of distributors across Eastern Europe. Backed by Sony's established European application support centre, the network will bring the benefits of Sony's advanced camera technology to OEM customers and system integrators in applications as diverse as security/CCTV, photo booths, videoconferencing, low light vision, medical, and traffic monitoring.

'Eastern Europe represents a significant growth opportunity for Sony ISS and this is a strategic commitment to build close lasting relationships with both partners and customers,' said Gary Quinn, senior manager for the region.

Sony ISS's new Eastern European distributor network already includes partners in several territories, including Business Media based in Moscow, Russia; Tayama based in Katowice, Poland; Elvia based in Prague, Czech Republic and Mitax based in Budapest, Hungary. The partners have been carefully selected to provide local support for integration of Sony ISS news and products, based on their knowledge of local language and individual industrial markets.

Sony's ISS division markets a range of industrial and professional products based on core technology developed within Sony’s camera groups.

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