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Flex Power Modules signs global agreement with Digi-Key

Flex Power Modules has signed a partnership agreement with Digi-Key Electronics, expanding its global footprint and accelerating customer order fulfilment.

Flex Power Modules products will be listed on Digi-Key’s website and available for purchase, with many held in stock for immediate same-day dispatch.

“This agreement offers a new global sales channel for our customers to buy Flex Power Modules products, and, by improving the speed of delivery, it demonstrates our commitment to engineers worldwide,” said Marcus Hansson, VP & General Manager, Flex Power Modules. “We look forward to nurturing a distribution partnership that will enhance our services for our customers.”

“Engineers demand high efficiency and high power density in a small size, while still being able to check the box on value for the money. Flex Power Modules’ market-leading products deliver just that to customers,” said David Stein, vice president of global supplier management at Digi-Key Electronics. “Flex Power Modules is a leading DC-DC power module vendor, and its products are a valuable addition to our line card in all global markets.”.

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Neil Tyler

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