Vancouver-based Anewin, which provides tools for solving digital-system problems, is expanding its reach through a business partnership that will enable it to distribute its products in India.
The partnership between Anewin and Prodigy Technovations will serve education, business and government organizations that are interested in purchasing the MicroBench MB-500 electronic test tool. The tool is designed to view and control microcontrollers, which are used in a variety of commercial and residential products, including household appliances, cars and medical devices.
Entering India’s market marks Anewin’s first shipments outside the U.S.
“Prodigy Technovations is very experienced in engineering tools, both with their own products and as a distributor, so they are a good partner for Anewin,” Colin Shepard, co-founder and manager of Anewin, said in a news release.