Digi-Key has sharpened the focus of its support for Texas Intruments devices through a global distribution agreement with Sauris .Munich-based Sauris makes development tools and kits featuring TI’s C2000/5000/6000, DaVinci, Sitara, OMAP, and ARM processors.

“Demand has never been higher for development boards. Designers are always looking for ways to bring their product to market faster,” said Mark Zack, Digi-Key’s vice president for global semiconductor product. “Sauris’ cost-effective, reliable platforms leverage Texas Instruments’ most popular processors and offer a welcome addition to our broad product offering.”

Munich-based Sauris designs, develops, and manufactures hardware development tools for digital signal processors and microcontrollers and application specific devices. The company offers a variety of USB-based in-circuit emulators and kits, providing affordable prices to help engineers to speed up their designs.

The development boards and kits produced by Sauris are based on the most popular families of Digital Signal Processors (DSP) from Texas Instruments. All emulators and kits are fully compatible with the most current versions of TI’s Code Composer Studio.

“Digi-Key’s significant presence in the North American market, coupled with their broad global reach, offers our company an excellent channel through which to get our products into the hands of designers worldwide,” noted sales director Alex Okara. “Leveraging Digi-Key’s dynamic business model and distinct business processes will allow us to build brand awareness and we are excited for the future of this relationship.


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