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New Business Unit at Richardson Electronics

Richardson Electronics has announced that its Broadcast Business unit changed its name to Broadcast Richardson. Edward Richardson, chairman and CEO of
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New Business Unit at Richardson Electronics

May 17, 2001 12:00 PM, Editors

Richardson Electronics has announced that its Broadcast Business unit changed its name to Broadcast Richardson. Edward Richardson, chairman and CEO of Richardson Electronics, explained the change is meant to signify the company’s evolution from a component suppler to an integrated solutions provider. Broadcast Richardson offers services such as analog to digital conversions, engineering consulting, installation assistance and propagation and antenna pattern optimization analysis. Details are available at www.rell.com.

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