TTI signs pan-European franchise deal with Ericsson Power Modules
July 25, 2013 // Paul Buckley
TTI, Inc., the world's leading specialist distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components, has signed a pan-European franchise deal covering the DC/DC power module products available from Ericsson.
TTI made a formal entry into the power market in 2012 with the strategic acquisition of UK power supply distributor, Campbell Collins Ltd – which held the Ericsson Power franchise in the UK for many years - and the signing of Murata Power Solutions. The addition of Ericsson's non-isolated point-of-load (POL) converters, and isolated fractional brick DC/DC converter products significantly broadens TTI’s power portfolio, allowing it to further support its existing customer base as well as service new markets.
Comments TTI’s Business Development Manager, Power in Europe, Phil Goff: “Ericsson’s portfolio of leading-edge power module solutions including fully digital isolated bricks and point-of-load converters will help enable our customers to develop the most technologically advanced systems and solutions. Devices such as the BMR462/3/4 Digital POLs and BMR456 quarter brick and BMR457 digital eighth brick in particular offer class leading efficiencies and communication capabilities.”
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