Infineon’s Cypress Buy Shouldn’t Shake the Channel

Buyers probably won’t see a shakeup in the distribution channel as Infineon Technologies embarks on its $10 billion acquisition of Cypress Semiconductors. Both chip companies sell through global volume distributors Arrow Electronics Inc., Avnet Inc. and Future Electronics Inc. They also have Digi-Key, Mouser and Newark in common, small-volume (or “catalog”) distributors that cater to…

N2Power and New Yorker Electronics Sign Distribution Pact

New Yorker Electronics has teamed up with N2Power Power Solutions to develop a global supply chain for Power Supply products. A subsidiary of Qualstar, N2Power is a leading manufacturer of environmentally friendly high-efficiency, ultra-small, power-dense power supplies. With designs getting smaller and smaller and ‘real estate’ becoming a critical factor, N2Power Open-Frame power supplies are…

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3 Steps to Reduce Emissions in a Complex Electronics Supply Chain

Electronics manufacturers are asking for more sustainability data from suppliers as the meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility extends further up and down the supply chain. These conversations are opportunities to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from a potentially significant source: freight transportation. From materials-sourcing to manufacturing, distribution, take-back, and recycling, transportation-related GHG emissions data can…

CEL Now Offers THine ICs through its Distribution Channels

THine Electronics, Inc. (Tokyo Stock Exchange/JASDAQ: 6769), a semiconductor company focusing on high speed serial interfaces and image signal processing, and California Eastern Laboratories, Inc. (“CEL”) the strategic sales and technical support partner of THine for Americas, today announced the availability of THine ICs through CEL’s distribution partners. CEL’s distribution partners include all the major…