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Mouser, ADI ink global distribution deal

08 May 2013

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Mouser Electronics Inc. has signed a global distribution agreement with Analog Devices Inc. (ADI). According to the firms, the agreement covers ADI's complete product portfolio including data converters, amplifiers, MEMS, DSPs, RF and power management ICs and associated development tools.

ADI designs and manufactures signal processing components. Their offering, and Mouser's inventory, includes a range of innovative analogue-to-digital and digital-to-analogue data converters, complemented by design tools and documentation. The company also provides the industry's top high-performance and high-value amplifiers, boasted the firm. ADI's MEMS sensor portfolio offers a range of discrete components and plug-in ready solutions that feature industry-leading sensor and signal conditioning technology, added ADI.

"We are very pleased about the global partnership between Mouser and ADI. This is a huge win for our customers," said Glenn Smith, president and CEO of Mouser. "Combining ADI's leadership position in high-performance analogue products with our global reach makes it possible for design engineers worldwide to obtain the newest technologies from one authorised source."

Thomas Wessel, ADI VP, worldwide sales, said, "Our customers are integrating complete solutions into an ever-widening range of applications, and ADI's high-performance signal-processing portfolio is at the core of these systems. With our portfolio and Mouser's web-based sales and support teams, customers can expect to accomplish great things. Mouser Electronics focuses on new product sales and will immediately begin selling ADI products and solutions through their global network."

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