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BlueGiga development kit from Avnet Embedded speeds next generation Bluetooth SMART design

Cut power consumption; transmit data up to 15x faster Avnet Embedded in EMEA, an Avnet, Inc. company, has announced a …

POSTED February 14, 2012

Arrow electronics launches energy-harvesting evaluation kit

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  Wireless linked modules form network powered by sunlight and temperature differences Arrow Electronics has developed an energy-harvesting evaluation kit …

POSTED February 13, 2012

IAR Systems announces its first starter kit for the Renesas RL78 family

IAR KickStart Kit™ for Renesas RL78 is now available, IAR Systems® announced today. Starter kits from IAR Systems contain all …

POSTED February 9, 2012

Strong growth in kitting service division

Independent supplier of electronic components, Rebound Electronics, has announced that the kitting service element of its operations has reported substantial …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Strengthening support

For purchasers, component kitting services hold out the promise of reducing costs and speeding up manufacturing. But without the right …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Franchise freedom offers pricing flexibility

In response to current market conditions, Rebound Electronics has made the transition from broker to hybrid distributor. CEO, Simon Thake, …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Agreement lines up local expertise

The open order book, stock, fixed assets and goodwill of German company, PACvision, have been acquired by independent component supplier, …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Step back and consider kitting

With over 15-years kitting experience, Vanillas operations director, David Bradford, has dealt with every kitting project imaginable from fast turn-around …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Buyers wise up to wireless benefits

Integrating wireless technology into industrial or professional-grade products can now be achieved using Cirronets ZigBee-based modules from Digi-Key Corporation. The …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Kitting drives OEM efficiency

In these times of increasing manufacturing competitiveness, reduced margins and growing overheads, many companies are turning to alternative supply chains. …

POSTED December 15, 2011