Cogiscan Signs Maxnerva Technology Services Limited as Its Partner in Greater China

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Cogiscan Inc., provider of Track, Trace, Control (TTC) & Connectivity solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry, is proud to announce its new business partnership with Maxnerva Technology Services Limited as its sales and distribution partner in Greater China. Maxnerva is a system integration specialist focused on Industry 4.0 solutions for electronics manufacturing.

Benson Huang, General Manager of Maxnerva, commented: “Cogiscan offers a large and competent set of technologies and middleware that allow us to focus on our core strengths while still offering the best solutions for our customers. With Industry 4.0, China 2025, IIoT, etc., connectivity is paramount for companies that are striving to improve, measure, predict and control their manufacturing environments. Cogiscan is the de-facto standard in connectivity for the electronics industry, and we are happy to be partnered with them.”

Maxnerva Technology Services Limited is a subsidiary of Foxconn/Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd and is headquartered in Hong Kong with offices throughout Greater China. The company’s roots in electronics manufacturing make them a leader in implementing technology innovation services to support China’s Industry 4.0 policy in transforming the country’s manufacturing segment to achieve China 2025. 

“We are thrilled to partner with Maxnerva in Greater China,” says Dave Trail, Global Manager – Software Partnerships at Cogiscan. “Their strong focus on Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing aligns perfectly with our Co-NECT machine and system connectivity technology. In addition to its strong connection with Foxconn, the largest electronics manufacturer in the world, Maxnerva also has access to all other manufacturers in China.”

As a leader in smart manufacturing for the computer, communication and consumer electronics (3C) segments, Maxnerva enables businesses to scale rapidly and efficiently, capture and turn physical data into smart decisions, and orchestrate best-of-breed IT solutions. The Maxnerva solution leverages Industry 4.0, IoT (internet of things) in manufacturing, and Big Data related technologies.

Cogiscan is widely recognized as the industry-leading expert in connectivity, TTC software and middleware solutions for PCB assembly. After almost 20 years, Cogiscan’s founding dream of electronics industry materials, equipment, processes and people connected in real-time, sharing valuable data seamlessly has evolved into the comprehensive solution that the industry now calls Industry 4.0.  Cogiscan’s core offerings of software, hardware and middleware for Track, Trace and Control within electronics SMT manufacturing processes, including factory-wide connectivity, have enabled hundreds of customers to begin to realize the Factory of the Future and Industry 4.0.

About Cogiscan Inc.

Cogiscan is the leading track, trace and control (TTC) solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry.   The scalable Cogiscan platform perfectly integrates with all major equipment types, and is highly configurable to enable a personalized solution to each customer’s specific production needs.  Since 1999 Cogiscan has attained several international patents for TTC hardware and software, and has won multiple awards throughout the years. For more information, click here.


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