MoSys Bandwidth Accelerator Engine memory solutions are now available from distributor Digi-Key Electronics following a global agreement between the two companies.
Mouser Electronics has sealed a global distribution partnership with Stanley Electric, a supplier of automotive lighting solutions.
At the “Intel Partner Connect Summit” in Dublin, Intel presented Rutronik with the “Best Growth in IoT Group” award. In 2018, Rutronik grew revenue from the sale of Intel products by around 140% compared with 2017.
Microchip Technology looks to be withstanding the semiconductor market’s bumpy ride, reporting first quarter sales of $1.323 billion, down 0.5% sequentially and up 9.1% from the year ago quarter.
UK manufacturers should make full use of any Brexit delays to mitigate supply risks, says Mark Shanley, Sales and Marketing Director of Astute Electronics.
Arrow Electronics has extended its agreement with Cree’s Wolfspeed division. The new agreement positions Arrow Electronics as Cree’s largest global distributor for Wolfspeed’s silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) on SiC product portfolio.
Mouser Electronics has been named Global High Service Distributor of the Year by HARTING of North America. “This award recognises Mouser’s outstanding overall performance in revenue growth, new customer growth, NPI introductions and marketing initiatives over the past year,” said Jon DeSouza, President and CEO of HARTING Americas.
Industry veteran Jesper Rasmussen has been appointed Director Electronic Components for B2B and components Purchasing at Conrad Business Supplies. Rasmussen can lean on many years of international experience in the area of electronic component distribution and procurement.
2017 was a record-breaking year for the German component distribution, measured in terms of turnover. In the fourth quarter sales grew by 12% to 845m Euros. Although this is 10% less than in the third quarter, it is still a good performance.
Consolidation in the semiconductor industry looks set to continue with news that Microchip Technology is set to buy Microsemi, per the Wall Street Journal. Talks between the two companies are continuing so no deal has been struck yet.