Mouser, Eurotech Ink Distribution Deal

17 September 2014

Catalog distributor Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Eurotech, a manufacturer of embedded products and systems.

Eurotech, which is based in Amaro, Italy, makes a range of embedded products including single-board computers (SBCs), data communications equipment, I/O cards, rugged mobile computers, IP networking equipment, development kits, and a machine-to-machine integration platform.

Some of the Eurotech products that Mouser will be carrying include the Antares Series 5.25-inch SBC, a high-performance, low-power dual PCI minicard that targets multimedia and kiosk applications and the Isis Series PC/104 SBC, an Atmel Trusted Platform module that runs as fast as 1.6GHz with under 8 Watts.

Mouser will also carry the Catalyst TC Series SBC, a small fan-less module with CAN 2.0, USB 2.0 host and client, and Gigabit Ethernet and the Vector Series EPIC SBCs.

Eurotech is a member of The Intel Internet of Things Solutions Alliance and develops Internet of Things solutions using embedded applications.

Mouser is a subsidiary of TTI, Inc. and based in Dallas Texas.

In other distribution news, TTI announced it has expanded its warehousing and logistics space at its European headquarters outside Munich, Germany because of strong demand for its products.

The company has added an extra 8,000 square meters of floor area, an increase of about 25 percent. The extra space will also be used to extend its value-add capabilities to include a new cable and wire re-spooling service.

“We have achieved double-digit growth for the last few years,” said Thomas Rolle, TTI’s vice president European operations in Europe. He added all of TTI’s business segments are growing, but the greatest growth is for relays, circuit protection, magnetics and connectors.

“Some of these can be bulky items, so we need more space,”said Rolle.

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