Analog Way Names Studiotec as Exclusive Distributor for Finland
Posted on Friday, March 18, 2016
March 2016 - Analog Way, an innovation-driven designer and manufacturer that specializes in computer and video si- gnal processing and distribution, is pleased to announce a new distribution contract with Studiotec for Finland. Effective March 11th, 2016, Studiotec will become sole distributor of Analog Way products in Finland.
Studiotec is the leading importer and integrator of audio, video and lighting equip- ment in Finland, and for 30 years has exclusively represented over 90 manufacturers. The company designs, installs and services made-to-order solutions for its customers. Studiotec has strong experience in high-end installations, among its references are the Finnish Parliament, the Finnish Broadcasting Corporation, RCCL Explorer of the Seas, RCCL Voyager of the Seas, the Helsinki Music Center, and the National Opera.
Studiotec has been an exclusive distributor of Analog Way products since March 11th, 2016. Availabe in the company’s portfolio is all of Analog Way’s video processing products including the LiveCore™ series, a full range of scalable mixers and seamless switchers for premium and demanding applications.
Sami Rautio, the Product Manager, Pro Video at Studiotec comments: “We are thrilled to welcome Analog Way into our expanding portfolio of professional video equipment aimed at the high-end rental and staging and high-end installation markets. We feel that Analog Way completes our range of respected video manufacturers in a very exciting way. It allows us to cater to our customers in a manner that upholds the values and level of service Studiotec has been known for these past 30 years.”
John De Cet, EMEA Sales Director at Analog Way states: “We are delighted about this new partnership. Studiotec is a lea- ding importer and integrator in Finland with extensive experience recognized by many high-profile customers . With the help of Studiotec’s team of specialists, we’re confident that our solutions will significantly grow within the Finnish market.”