Aniah Ignites Global Expansion with Strategic Partnerships

May 24, 2024

We are thrilled to unveil groundbreaking partnerships that will catapult Aniah’s international growth to unprecedented heights! These strategic alliances mark a pivotal moment in our journey, one that will accelerate our development and reinforce our commitment to innovation and customer excellence. 

In the United States, our collaboration with Saphirus Inc. unleashes a wealth of technical expertise and deep market insights. Together, we will forge powerful relationships with key industry leaders and influencers, delivering cutting-edge solutions that redefine excellence and set new industry standards. 

In Taiwan, our partnership with Kaviaz Technology opens the gateway to revolutionizing the EDA/IP landscape. United, we will introduce disruptive solutions that enhance efficiency and elevate customer experiences to unprecedented heights. 

In the vast Chinese market, our distributor Lomicro will be our guiding beacon, leading us through realms of unparalleled technological innovation. This partnership will allow us to intimately understand this immense market and seamlessly adapt our offerings to local needs. 

This new organization strengthens our existing partnership with Micon Global, our strategic ally in Europe and Israel 

This is just the beginning of an exhilarating global journey. Stay tuned as we continue to forge powerful alliances that inspire innovation and unlock new value for our customers worldwide.


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