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Mouser Electronics Earns 31 New Manufacturers

Mouser Electronics has shared that it has added 31 new manufacturers in the first three months of 2021.

Mouser Mouser continues to focus on the breadth of its product offering, with new manufacturers in product categories such as embedded, connectors, optoelectronics, semiconductors and hardware. Among the new manufacturers, over half are in the embedded space, as Mouser continues to expand its Internet of Things (IoT) offerings.

“With over 30 new manufacturers since the beginning of the year, including 16 in the embedded category, Mouser continues to demonstrate our focus on bringing the newest and most innovative components to design engineers around the world,” said Jeff Newell, Mouser Electronics’ Senior Vice President of Products. “We appreciate our manufacturer partners and are excited to be able to offer even more leading-edge technologies.”

Among the new manufacturers announced in the beginning of 2021 are:

  • Acconeer, a leading supplier of 3D sensors and pulsed, short-range radar technologies.
  • MultiTech, a leading global supplier of IoT devices and services, including sensor, authentication, and communications solutions.
  • QuickLogic, a developer of embedded FPGA IP; ultra-low-power, multi-core, voice-enabled systems-on-chips (SoCs); and endpoint artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.

Mouser’s current line card houses over 1,100 manufacturer partners, providing a wide range of product options for the company’s worldwide customer base of design engineers, component buyers, and procurement agents. The global authorized distributor offers the world’s most extensive assortment and inventory of the newest semiconductors and electronic components, with more than 1.1 million products in stock.

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