Mouser Electronics, Inc., added a record number of new manufacturers — 74 — to its industry-leading line card during 2020
Teltonika Networks, a European developer and manufacturer of networking devices for industrial, Internet of Things (IoT), and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications has announced its new partnership with Mouser Electronics.
“The potential of IoT in business and daily life is endless. Partnering with TOP distributor like Mouser Electronics is essential to capture the opportunities of rising global demand of IoT and connectivity devices. This partnership aligns well with our global growth initiatives in creating a value-added supply chain for our customers. With this agreement, we can now help customers around the world leverage a rich array of technological synergies between Teltonika Networks and members of Mouser Electronics ecosystem,” noted Agnius Saviciunas, Head of North America Region for Teltonika Networks.
“Adding Teltonika Networks to our portfolio of products will provide our customers with a robust platform of industrial, cloud-managed cellular routers for limitless connectivity applications,” said Mike Scott, Vice President of Product Management at Mouser Electronics.
Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, added a record number of new manufacturers — 74 — to its industry-leading line card during 2020.
Among the new manufacturers added by Mouser are: Mini-Circuits, a leading supplier of radio frequency (RF), microwave and millimeter-wave components and systems; BittWare, a Molex company and designers and manufacturers of high-end card-level solutions based on FPGA technology from Intel and Xilinx; and Trinamic, now part of Maxim Integrated, whose motion control expertise combined with Maxim’s efficient power analog process technology enable a new class of intelligent actuators that extend engineers’ ability to deliver intelligence at the edge and achieve the promise of Industry 4.0.