Time and frequency synchronization products manufacturers Spectracom Corp. and Temex Sync have announced their merger. The companies will market their products and systems under the Spectracom brand name worldwide.
Temex Sync is a subsidiary of the Orolia group, which encompasses several companies developing and manufacturing high-precision time and frequency systems. Spectracom will also benefit from access to another Orolia company, Temex Time, which develops and markets low-cost Rubidium clocks and smart GPS-synchronized timing solutions.
Jean-Yves Courtois, Orolia chairman and CEO says, “The synergy between these two successful companies means a step change for the global timing community which stands to benefit enormously from the technical depth and heritage of Spectracom and Temex Sync. We look forward to bringing these benefits to our customers the world over.”
The new entity will be headquartered in Rochester, New York, with a business unit in Les Ulis, France, southwest of Paris.