Components database gives designers global connection

15th October 2014
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Components database gives designers global connection

Powered by a comprehensive components database and interactive design capabilities, Arrow Electronics is offering the first fully integrated online product life cycle services engine for electronics parts. Available via in German, French, Italian, Spanish and English, users can meet their electronic component needs through an intelligent search of millions of parts from hundreds of suppliers by using comprehensive features, such as product selectors, cross referencing and Bill of Material capabilities. 


Arrow’s web tool provides engineers with interactive reference designs and advanced design applications for faster development cycles.  Once users are finished designing using the interactive features, they can simply generate a Bill of Materials and purchase the parts, all without having to leave the site.

Design engineers globally can collaborate on shared designs securely using messaging and live updates, as well as with Arrow’s technical experts supporting all Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) time zones.

“EMEA customers can take advantage of the global strength of the Arrow organisation via our parts database that connects customers with our complete globally held inventory,” said Andy King, president of Arrow’s components business in Europe, Middle East and Africa.  “It’s one of the first resources of its kind in the world, and is built on the most robust information database in the industry.”

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