ZMDI and SE Spezial-Electronic sign distribution agreement
January 19, 2011 // Julien Happich
ZMD AG (ZMDI), a global supplier of energy-efficient analog and mixed-signal solutions for automotive, industrial, consumer and medical applications, and SE Spezial-Electronic AG (SE), one of Europe's largest high-technology distributors, have signed a distribution agreement to sell ZMDI standard product ICs across an extended European region.
With offices located in Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, and the Netherlands, SE now offers its customers a portfolio of ZMDI analog and mixed signal standard product ICs aimed at the industrial, medical and consumer markets.
Describing the new partnership, Carlo Rebughini, VP Sales and Marketing at ZMDI says: "Together, ZMDI and SE bring 90 years of semiconductor experience to customers across Europe.
Thanks to this collaboration, a much larger European customer base will now benefit from our product range which provides energy-efficient solutions for industrial, medical and consumer applications."
Christopher Wuttke, CEO of SE, expressed his great satisfaction at the new cooperation. "The analog and mixed-signal products of ZMDI are the ideal complement to our existing semiconductor program. With these top-quality products we will be even better equipped to meet the increasing demands of our customers all over Europe."
ZMDI products include sensor interface ICs, industrial bus ICs and interfaces, high performance analog to digital converters and LED driver ICs. The company has successfully specialized in the design, production and marketing of heavy duty, mixed analogue-digital, application-specific circuits (ASICs) and application specific standard products (ASSPs) with low energy consumption. ZMDI's goal is to enable companies to deliver systems that ease the demand for energy and electricity.
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