Avnet Silica has added IDT it’s supplier portfolio. The deal builds on the recent acquisition of IDT by Renesas, an established supplier partner of Avnet Silica.
EBV Elektronik has signed a distribution deal with Renesas Electronics, which adds the Japanese suppliers’ range of advanced semiconductor solutions, to its portfolio. It will enable EBV to offer Renesas’ broad range of microcontrollers as well as analogue, power and system-on-chip products to its customers.
Mouser Electronics has extended its global footprint by opening aCustomer Service Centre in Brazil. The new customer service team — Mouser’s first in South America — will support electronic design engineers, buyers and hardware innovators across Brazil, helping them to locate the newest products for their designs.
An extensive range of secondary optics has been added to its LED lighting portfolio by Anglia. It has signed a deal with Khatod, a manufacturer of reflectors, lenses, diffusers and other accessories for LED Lighting, Infra-Red (IR) and Ultra-Violet (UV) applications.
Avnet Abacus scored a win double at TE Connectivity’s distributor awards scooping up the Distributor of the Year Competitive Conversion prizes.
Rutronik has expanded its range of LED solutions to include products from the Japanese manufacturer Stanley Electric. The distribution agreement applies to the entire European market.
Digi-Key has forged a strategic relationship with California Integration Coordinators to offer kitting services around the world. Since 1988, CIC has helped US and international firms develop prototype printed circuit boards for consumer products and critical industrial sectors in the global economy.
Success in the Americas region has led u-blox to name Digi-Key as a global distributor extending the partnership between the two companies. u-blox will now appear on all Digi Key websites worldwide.
STMicroelectronics (ST) has named Arrow Electronics Best Performing Distributor 2018 in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). The announcement was made at a ceremony in Munich.
Arrow Electronics has reported first-quarter 2019 sales of $7.16bn, an increase of four per cent from sales of $6.88bn in the first quarter of 2018. First-quarter net income of $141m compared with net income of $139m in the first quarter of 2018.