Nordic Semiconductor adds Mouser to its global distributor list
October 18, 2011 // Julien Happich
Ultra low power (ULP) RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor has made a global distribution deal with distributor Mouser Electronics which already has 19 global support locations and supplies more than two million orderable semiconductor and electronic components from over 450 different manufacturers on-line.
With immediate effect, Mouser will now supply Nordic's entire range of 2.4GHz and 433/869/915MHz ISM (Industrial, Scientific & Medical) band solutions including the nRF24LE1 and nRF24LU1+, nRF2460 Audio Streamer, nRF905/nRF9E5 Multiband ICs, ANT nRF24AP2 Series, Bluetooth low energy µBlue nRF8001, and various supporting reference designs, development tools, and design kits.
“At Mouser, we are committed to distributing technologically advanced products and Nordic's long-standing reputation for innovation and performance enhances our value offering to design engineers and buyers worldwide,” said Russell Rasor, Mouser Vice President of Advanced Technology.
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