Mouser signs global distribution agreement with Intersil
July 18, 2012 // Paul Buckley
Mouser Electronics, Inc., signs a new worldwide distribution agreement with Intersil Corporation, a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance analog, mixed signal and power management semiconductors.
For design engineers across the globe, Mouser’s agreement with Intersil will enable faster access to Intersil’s newest amplifiers, power modules, analog multiplexers, FET drivers, PWM controllers, interface ICs, switches and video ICs. Intersil's products are known to simplify the design process by integrating functions that design engineers need to make their products the best in their markets in a very efficient way.
“Mouser has decades of experience as a trusted, authorized distributor of leading edge components for design engineers,” says David Loftus, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Corporate Marketing at Intersil. “This global agreement will allow us to expand our customer base with Mouser’s best-in-class service and streamlined logistics.”
Visit Mouser Electronics at www.mouser.com
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