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Rauscher to distribute interface products from Pleora

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Pleora Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today announced an expanding focus on the European imaging market with a new channel partner and locally based applications engineering support.

Effective immediately, Rauscher GmbH is distributing Pleora’s market-proven video interface products and providing applications support for imaging system manufactures and integrators located in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.  In addition, James Falconer – a key member of the applications engineering team and vice-chair of the AIA’s GigE Vision Technical Committee – is relocating from the company’s Ottawa headquarters to Munich to provide direct support for all European customers.

“Rauscher has an established presence in the German imaging market, and will be a key partner as we continue to expand our presence in machine vision, medical, military, and automotive applications,” said Harry Page, President, Pleora Technologies. “Our video interface products, coupled with Rauscher’s complimentary product line and skilled integration expertise, will help manufacturers speed design, lower costs, and enhance the value of their solutions to gain a competitive advantage.”

Imaging device manufacturers and system integrators rely on Pleora’s off-the-shelf video interface products, system expertise, and standards knowledge to help speed design time, lower costs, and reduce risk. The company’s video interfaces, deployed in over 200,000 endpoints in industrial, medical, military, and transportation imaging systems, have the capacity to transmit 17 billion gigabits of data per day.

“We work with world-class technology partners that deliver innovative solutions for manufacturers designing high-performance imaging systems,” said Raoul Kimmelmann, Managing Director, Rauscher GmbH. “Pleora is recognized as a pioneer in the imaging market, and adding them as a technology partner strengthens our product offering and helps us address key performance, reliability, and scalability needs of our customers.”