Arrow Electronics has entered into an agreement covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa with Xunzel to supply a range of products to enable renewable energy installations.
Internet of Things solutions provide Sensara has signed a worldwide distribution agreement with Braemac. It expects the deal to extend its global market coverage especially in the entire Pacific Rim region and Australia where Braemac has a strong presence.
Richardson RFPD has signed a global distribution franchise agreement with Sequans Communications. The deal covers Sequans LTE chips and modules, including solutions for IoT/ M2M, broadband/CBRS, and Sequans’ associated evaluation and development kits.
Richardson RFPD has signed a distribution agreement with Cartesiam, a supplier of artificial intelligence solutions for standard Cortex-M microcontrollers.
SCHURTER and TTI have extended their EMEA distribution agreement to include France.
Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with MicroCare a leading supplier of critical cleaning products. Through the agreement, Mouser now stocks a variety of MicroCare cleaning products for a broad range of industries and markets.
Danisense, a supplier of high-accuracy current transducers for demanding applications, has signed a global agreement with Digi-Key. The distributor is now stocking seventeen of Danisense’s most popular models plus accessories.
Arrow Electronics is now selling the ABLIC range of analogue semiconductors throughout the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. ABLIC specialises in low-power components for applications, including automotive and smart appliances.
New Yorker Electronics has signed a global franchise distribution agreement with T1 Nexus to supply High-Speed Optoelectronic Integrated Devices and Optics
Anglia has strengthened its M2M wireless offering with the signing of a UK and Ireland distribution agreement with SIMCom Wireless Solutions. SIMCom is one of the world’s largest IoT wireless module manufacturers by number of units shipped according to ABI Research.