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Anglia distributes Renesas microcontrollers

Anglia Components has extended its relationship with Intersil and will now distribute Renesas’ advanced embedded semiconductor solutions including microcontrollers, mixed signal ICs and system in chip devices in the UK and Ireland.

The announcement follows the acquisition of Intersil by Renesas Electronics in February this year.

Commenting Achim Mescher, Sales Director for Distribution at Renesas Electronics said, “One of our first steps as we integrated the Intersil business into Renesas was to review its channels to market. It was evident that Anglia’s deep technical expertise and outstanding logistical service has been a factor in expanding Intersil’s presence in the market in the UK and Ireland.”

Anglia will also be supporting Renesas products range including the Renesas Synergy Platform, on Anglia Live, and will train members of its Field Application Engineering team to support Renesas devices and technologies.

The Intersil range of power management and precision analogue solutions is already supported by Anglia.

John Bowman, Anglia marketing director, said of the announcement that it was a “significant expansion of our product portfolio will help strengthen our relationship with all of our customers, and reinforce us as a strategic supplier offering a broad base of solutions.”

Photo caption: (Left to Right) David Pearson – Technical Director, Anglia; Brian Gough - Senior Sales Manager UK and Ireland, Renesas; Sarah Porter – Product Marketing Manager, Anglia; Achim Mescher - Sales Director Europe, Renesas; John Bowman – Marketing Director, Anglia and Kieran Slorach – Principle Engineer, Renesas

Neil Tyler

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