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NAC and Taitien announce authorized distribution agreement

NAC is pleased to announce a franchise distribution agreement with Taitien. Taitien is a Crystals, Oscillators, TCXO’s, VCXO’s, OCXO’s, GPS Disciplined Oscillators and Quartz Sensors Manufacture located in Taiwan.

Taitien, a quartz frequency control component manufacturer, (former Tai Tien Electronic Co., Ltd, established in 1976) was established in March 2000. Our main products include X’TAL, OSC, VCXO, TCXO, and is the only manufacturer in Taiwan that provides the technique of OCXO.

Taitien is based in Taiwan and has manufacturing sites in United States and China. Operation and sales sites are located in Taiwan, United States, Europe and China. Taitien’s customers come from various fields including automotive, consumer electronics, information technology and telecommunications.

Taitien focuses on innovation and invests heavily in research & development. Over these years, the company patented quartz-manufacturing technologies. Today, Taitien is the leader in quartz industry and continues to develop new technologies through extensive research

NAC will be distributing all of Taitien’s products:

Crystals, Oscillators, VCXO’s, TCXO’s, OCXO’s, Quartz Sensors.

To learn more about Taitien product offering, please click>here

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