02 July 2012

Digi-Key adds new functionality to TechXchange community forum

Sponsored news: Digi-Key, the world's leading, totally integrated, Internet-based distributors of electronic components, once again continues to innovate and provide its worldwide customers with every opportunity to find the information they need, when they need it.

TechXchange, Digi-Key's community technology forum dedicated to discussion of technology, products, designs and more, provides a wealth of information to individuals seeking answers of their technical dilemmas. Falling in line with Digi-Key's commitment to its global customer base, new functionality on the TechXchange site will allow a global audience to participate in this exciting social medium.

On May 4, 2012, TechXchange was launched on a number of Digi-Key's country specific websites, including the site for the U.K. For the country-specific websites with languages, TechXchange will have the same format and features as the US version. The only exception being that on the international TechXchange sites, users will have the option to translate content on the page to different languages through Google Translate. This will also apply to future international implementations of TechXchange.

This added functionality will allow website visitors from around the world to collaborate in one place, creating an environment of innovation, creativity, and camaraderie with fellow design engineers and hobbyists.

Come check out the U.K. TechXchange page!


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