EBV Elektronik has clinched a distribution agreement for the EMEA region with SG Micro, a fast-growing chip developer with an extensive portfolio of analogue ICs.

Based in Beijing, China, SG Micro specialises in high-performance and high-quality analog semiconductors designed for use in a broad range of applications across wireless communication, consumer, medical and industrial markets.

“We are very pleased to partner with EBV in the EMEA region. EBV has a dedicated sales network in over 60 locations, with a strong emphasis on analog as well as experience in extensive applications. With the energetic support of our field sales and FAE colleagues at EBV, we aim to become a top EBV product line and to be recognized in the near future as a top-three analogue brand name by industrial customers in EMEA,” said Leo Liu, Global Sales Vice President at SG Micro. “Their knowledge and experience in delivering high levels of application support to customers will be vital in helping us penetrate new markets, and we have high expectations that EBV will be a significant demand-creation driver for our products and technologies across the EMEA region.”

“This signing makes a valued addition to our analog portfolio,” said Thomas Staudinger (pictured), President at EBV Elektronik. “SG Micro has more than proved itself as a fast-emerging company and a future silicon leader by offering a rich combination of innovation, quality, and product availability, all bound together with the knowledge of how to make world-class analog products.”

Offering highly competitive lead times and focused on delivering the highest quality parts possible, SG Micro has developed more than 3500 analogue products and has a wide product portfolio including precision signal-conditioning devices and energy-efficient power-management ICs. Specific devices include op-amps, drivers, analog switches, low-dropout (LDO) regulators, lithium battery chargers, microprocessor supervisors and DC-DC converters, high performance ADCs and DACs, voltage regulators, and more.


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