Geospiza has signed a deal with Japan’s Rikei Corporation for non-exclusive distribution rights to Geospiza’s Finch Server in Japan.

The agreement is on an annual basis with an option for renewal. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Geospiza spokesman Todd Smith said that the partnership should help the company build its presence in the Asian market. Geospiza currently has one sale in Korea, he said, and Rikei expects to sell three more Finch systems in Asia by the end of the year.

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