Premier Farnell signs non-volatile memory line
Adesto Technologies and Premier Farnell have signed a global distribution agreement. The franchise provides OEM customers with access to Adesto’s complete portfolio of ultra-low power non-volatile memory (NVM) products, with support provided through Premier Farnell’s sales, technical and product management resources.
“As the Development Distributor, we seek to provide our customers with access to the latest innovative devices,” said Simon Meadmore, global head of semiconductors at Premier Farnell and Farnell element14. “By adding Adesto to our growing list of global franchised suppliers, Premier Farnell is providing customers developing products for the Internet of Things with access to a wide range of high-quality NVM devices for their ultra-low power products, broadening their design options as they bring their products to market.”
Adesto’s memories are optimised for IoT applications across industrial, consumer, medical and communications markets. The company’s portfolio of innovative memories includes DataFlash for data-logging applications, Fusion Flash for battery-operated devices, EcoXiP for enhanced system performance in execute-in-place applications, and the Moneta family for energy harvesting and extreme low-power systems.
Collectively, Adesto’s portfolio of memory technologies offers designers a wide variety of solutions for low-energy storage.
“Through Premier Farnell we will further accelerate deployment of Adesto’s memory products, expanding our online presence and global footprint,” said Jim Monteverde, senior director of global distribution, Adesto. “Premier Farnell’s mass market approach with its deep reach into the maker community and academia make this a unique opportunity for continued growth.”
Premier Farnell is part of Avnet, with whom Adesto signed an expanded distribution agreement earlier this year. Avnet now distributes Adesto memory products across all regions worldwide. Premier Farnell and Avnet will support customers using Adesto devices from concept and design through to high-volume production.