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Avnet Memec signs pan European deal with Renesas

Jon Ellis, Avnet Memec
Jon Ellis, Avnet Memec

Avnet Memec has concluded a new pan European agreement to distribute products from Renesas Electronics, formed following the merger between Renesas Technology and NEC Electronics. The agreement is said to make Avnet Memec a key distribution partner for Renesas' entire product portfolio in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

"We look forward to championing Renesas' five core strategy and to maximising synergies with other product groups, such as asics, USB devices, optotransceivers, Ethernet PHYs and analogue products," said Jon Ellis, pictured, Avnet Memec's vice president of technical marketing.
Renesas' five core strategy is the unification of microcontroller technologies from Renesas and NEC. The portfolio covers 8bit to 32bit architectures and supports microcontroller peripheral functions, connectivity options, low voltage/low power variants and package configurations.

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