Mouser Electronics has entered into a global distribution agreement with SOMNIUM Technologies, a company focused on evolving software development tools to a new level. The SOMNIUM Technologies product line provides developers with the company’s Device-aware Resequencing Tools (DRT) software that supports devices from leading semiconductor manufacturers, including Atmel, NXP, STMicroelectronics and others. DRT is fully source-compatible with industry-standard GNU (including the latest C11 and C++14 dialects and C++ exception handling), and offers exceptional code generation and enhanced debug features. DRT analyses the whole program, identifying all instruction and data sequences and the interactions between them. Knowledge of the device’s memory system and ARM Cortex pipeline are used to intelligently resequence the program, resulting in code that is optimised for energy, size, performance and efficiency in a fully automated process that requires no manual intervention. DRT’s patented resequencing optimisations typically provide 20 percent smaller code, 15 percent higher performance, and 30…
Martin Bielesch has been named president of Arrow Electronics’ components business in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). He succeeds Andy King who has become president of Arrow…
Mouser Electronics and Omron have signed a global distribution agreement. The deal follows recent announcements from Mouser to distribute Omron’s products in the China and APAC regions. “Mouser’s…
Power Surge: l to r; Miguel Fernandez of SILICA hangs on to the silverware accompanied by Frank Wolinski and Mauro Mandara of ST and Mario Orlandi, SILICA
Rutronik and the Chinese manufacturer of Bluetooth technologies Shenzhen Minew Technologies have entered into a distribution agreement that is applicable worldwide.
Arrow Electronics has expanded its sensor portfolio through an agreement with InvenSense. The deal covers Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Restricting choice by limiting the franchised distribution network to a few global distributors does nothing to control the grey market. It just annoys customers and as a result can actually have the opposite to the intended effect, writes Steve Rawlins CEO Anglia Components.
Components Bureau has signed an agreement with power expert Artesyn covering the UK and Ireland. The deal advances the company’s strategy to expand its power product portfolio and build on its already established specialist power franchises.
Farnell has strengthened its logic analyser and handheld oscilloscopes offering by signing a deal with Ikalogic. The product range includes both wireless and battery operation (enabling isolation from mains voltage) and software which runs on Windows, macOS and Linux operating systems.
Finding out how people are using everyday technology to get an engineering edge is a task RS Components has handed to Professor Lucy Rogers.
Farnell has added Hioki, the long-established Japanese manufacturer of electrical measuring instruments to strengthen its test and measurement portfolio. The agreement is exclusive to high service distribution in Europe.
Farnel has launched a new collection of affordable components, tools and test equipment under a new brand, Multicomp Pro. This collection brings the products from Multicomp, Duratool, Tenma, Pro-Power, Pro-Elec and Pro-Signal under one brand, making it easier for design engineers, technicians and production facilities to identify high value alternatives, whilst assuring production-grade quality they can rely on.
Anglia Components has expanded its range of thermal management components including board mount, extruded and BGA heatsinks following a new distribution agreement for the UK and Ireland with Birmingham-based manufacturer, ABL Aluminium Components.