Ynvisible boosts European Distribution Channels partnering Computer Controls AG


Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (the “Company” or “Ynvisible”) a high-growth producer of printed e-paper- Displays, which is positioning its technology as the lowest energy-consuming printed e-paper display on the market, has entered into a distribution agreement with Switzerland-based Computer Controls AG, which will distribute Ynvisible’s products and solutions for battery-powered or battery-free IoT devices covered. Computer Controls AG is a provider of high-quality electronic components, IoT communication modules, and test and measurement technology.

Industry sources confirmed that the sales partnership along with the Computer Controls AG expands Ynvisible’s sales presence in the DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and Eastern Europe region.

Computer Controls AG claimed to supply its unique, innovative technology to clients looking for high-quality electronic solutions for IoT, electronics and mechanical engineering, ICT as well as research and education.

Keith Morton, VP of Sales & Marketing at Ynvisible stated: “Consistent with the launch of Ynvisible’s e-paper printed display in the first quarter, we are actively expanding our distribution channels and are pleased to strengthen our distribution network through this partnership with Computer Controls AG.  Computer Controls is a full-service provider of engineered products to companies looking for cutting-edge innovation to help them create new products. Your customers will now have access to Ynvisible’s printed e-paper displays, which offer energy-efficient, thin, flexible, ultra-low-power displays and allow for endless customization freedom.”

Harald Weigelt, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Computer Controls AG

Harald Weigelt, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Computer Controls AG stated: “We are pleased that Ynvisible’s state-of-the-art technology fits perfectly into our portfolio for IoT applications. We are determined to launch the e-paper solutions quickly and competitively in the DACH region and in Eastern Europe.”



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