In a move to expand their reach, six electronics supply chain companies announced new distribution agreements recently.
CDM Electronics and Winchester Electronics announced a new agreement, in which CDM is a full-line stocking distributor for Winchester’s range of Rack and Panel and Combination D Subminiature interfaces. The portfolio includes complete series’ of backplane connector systems, input/output (I/O) connectors, power connectors, and accessories. Comprised of five series’ of Combo D-Sub connectors and 19 series’ of Rack and Panel connectors, devices meet or exceed all applicable industrial, commercial, military, and aerospace standards.
Electronic components distributor ARCO, Inc. and ADATA Technologies signed a distribution alliance in which ARCO will offer ADATA’s Industrial Solution globally.
Taiwan-based ADATA’s Solid State Drives, Industrial DRAM Modules, and Card/Embedded products complement ARCO’s product portfolio of DRAM, NAND Flash, NOR Flash, and EEPROM memory solutions, emphasizing both companies’ focus on providing customers a balance of innovative technology and long-lasting support of legacy products, the companies said.
“The ADATA product line supports a strategic growth segment for ARCO and strengthens our commitment to bring cost-effective, state-of-the-art technology memory and storage solutions to the industrial and server marketplace. We share the common goal to bring our customers innovative and custom solutions that meet the entire product life cycle.” said Maria Ochoa, ARCO’s product manager of NAND-based product and memory solutions.\
And in other news, distributor RFMW, Ltd. announced design and sales support for Ampleon’s BLF10M6200, a 200W LDMOS power transistor targeted for ISM applications from 700 to 1000MHz. The BLF10M6200 offers 28.5% typical drain efficiency and is internally matched for ease of use. Ampleon designers integrate internal ESD protection for enhanced reliability. The BLF10M6200 is designed for ruggedness in class-AB operation and capable of withstanding a load mismatch of 10:1 through all phases, the companies said.