Digi-Key and Anaren sign global distribution agreement
June 25, 2012 // Julien Happich
Electronic components distributor Digi-Key Corporation has entered into a global distribution agreement with Anaren to distribute the company's Integrated Radio (AIR) modules.
“RF technology is one of the fastest growing tech segments in today’s market,” said Mark Zack, Digi-Key’s vice president of global semiconductor product. “Anaren is well-placed to continue innovating within this market, and we are pleased to add them to our expansive line card.”
Anaren’s AIR modules, developed in partnership with Texas Instruments as part of TI’s Design Network, are the industry’s easiest, most elegant, and most cost-effective way to implement low-power RF capability. Each AIR module incorporates a proven Texas Instruments low-power RF transceiver chip and is compatible with all TI-approved software stacks.
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