Mouser’s shows support for the full design cycle at Embedded World 2016

Date
02/08/2016

Categories:
Collaboration, Education, Training & Careers, Government & Industry, Internet of things (IoT), Manufacturing & Assembly, Power Management

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Visitors to Mouser’s booth, Stand A4-101, Hall A4, at the Embedded World exhibition, Nuremburg Messe, 23rd – 25th February 2016, will see how the New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor supports the entire design cycle with a wide range of services, tools and products from leading suppliers making the development process easier, faster and more cost-effective, thus shortening time to market.

On the Mouser Technology Wall they will be highlighting some of the newest products from key suppliers - including Analog Devices, Atmel, Broadcom, Cypress, Fairchild, Infineon, Maxim, Microchip, MikroElektronika, NXP, ON Semiconductors, Silicon Labs, ST Microelectronics, TE Connectivity and Texas Instruments – inspiring ideas and technologies for new designs.

Designers can enter already from now our ONLINE DEV TOOL COMPETITION for a chance to win one of the latest high end dev tools from suppliers featured on our technology wall! Visitors can take also part in our Dev Tool Lottery a luck dip where we have a selection of 897 Dev Tools from 16 different suppliers to give away.
We will present also MultiSim Blue, our powerful, all-in-one circuit design, simulation and PCB layout tool.

According to Graham Maggs, Mouser’s Director of Marketing, EMEA, “You can’t design the future with products from the past. We specialize in the rapid introduction of new products and technologies and have made it our mission to stock more new products than any other distributor. The way we see it, having access to the newest products spearheads the development of new design ideas. But, it’s more than just parts. We also supply engineers with new information to aid the design process – and lots of it. Detailed technical information can be found on our NEWEST products and Application & Technologies sites.”

Mouser at Embedded World  

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