peiker International and ConnectiPHY establish joint venture

Bad Homburg / Dallas, 01.08.2019: Great goals are best achieved together. Whether it's creating standards for new communication technologies, developing electronic aids for equestrian sports, or setting the course for the future - peiker relies on global partnerships to expand its range of services. The name of the company founded today: ConnectiPHY.

The still young company based in Denver, Colorado, USA, has ambitious goals. Under the leadership of CEO Pat Kusbel, formerly a senior executive at Qualcomm and Snap Inc, ConnectiPHY is expected to grow rapidly and to become another pillar of peiker International's business in the US market. The focus is on the development of modern communication solutions and end to end systems, as well as strategic technical consulting.

As an engineering solution company, ConnectiPHY will initially support the peiker family companies in expanding their portfolio. The new US subsidiary is developing technologies for this purpose, which will then be used in various areas and products. This enables other companies to build on existing solutions, save development time, and implement products more quickly.

The first product to be developed at ConnectiPHY is the new generation of the long-established CEECOACH® from peiker CEE. In the long term, it is planned to open ConnectiPHY's engineering products, solutions, and services to companies outside the peiker network. They can then license the solutions developed by ConnectiPHY for use in their own products, or receive technical support in end to end product development.

"ConnectiPHY offers several strategic advantages for peiker: We can increase our resources for the US market and work more agile on site. At the same time, the technologies emerging there allow us to develop products faster across companies," says Reinhard Kromer, Managing Director of peiker International. "The fact that our new company is led by an industry expert like Pat Kusbel makes the cooperation even more valuable for us."