Farnell unveils Design, Build, Maintain HUB providing product lifecycle support

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Farnell has launched a new Design, Build, Maintain HUB to support how developers, OEMs and industrial customers navigate every stage of the product lifecycle, from conception to maintenance.

With the design phase being crucial for laying the foundation of any successful product, Farnell’s HUB provides developers with access to a vast array of in-stock components essential for design and prototyping, streamlining the development process and accelerating time to market.

With access to over 13,000 development kits and evaluation boards, customers can explore the latest technologies from leading suppliers. According to Farnell it looks to consistently add over 5,000 new products monthly on average, ensuring access to the very latest solutions.

To support the build phase, Farnell offers a comprehensive selection of electronic components, including semiconductors, electromechanical parts, wires and connectors, hardware, and product build accessories. With products sourced from over 2000 manufacturers, customers will have access everything they need in one place, saving time and resources.

Farnell’s maintenance and repair solutions encompass a wide range of automation and control solutions, production supplies, and industrial test and tools to help ensure operational efficiency and safety.

“Our goal is to be the one-stop-shop for all electronic components and solutions required throughout a product's lifecycle,” said Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Technical Marketing at Farnell. “This HUB will serve as a valuable resource to all customers, particularly OEMs and industrial clients, providing access to a diverse range of products and technical resources.”

In addition to its extensive product offerings, the HUB will showcase new manufacturers, technical resources, and key industrial initiatives such as Farnell’s energy-saving solutions and Industrial minilog that features over 300 product highlights from suppliers, new technology and technical articles.

The minilog includes categories like Industrial Automation & Control, Fans, Power, Relays & Fuses, Sensors, Switches, Test & Measurement, Tools & Production Supplies, SBCs, Cables & Connectors.