Mouser and Kingston expand distribution deal to Europe

Mouser Electronics announces an expansion to the distribution agreement with Kingston Technology Europe which will enable Mouser to offer Kingston Technology’s high-performance memory devices in North America and Europe.

From embedded flash to solid-state drives (SSDs), Kingston products can be found in homes, offices, data centres, and industrial environments. Kingston’s extensive portfolio of products available from Mouser delivers performance and reliability for design engineering technologies such as robotics and industrial automation, smart city and smart home, medical, and communications.

“Kingston Technology is proud to further our partnership with Mouser Electronics to market our embedded and industrial product offerings across the EMEA region,” said Bernd Dombrowsky, Kingston VP of EMEA sales and marketing. “Mouser’s EMEA customers can now access much of Kingston Technology’s industrial and embedded product portfolio for a wide range of applications and markets.”

Marie-Pierre Ducharme, Mouser Electronics vice president for EMEA supplier marketing and business development, said: “We’re excited to expand our geographical partnership with Kingston Technology, to now also include Europe. This expansion provides design engineers across Europe and North America, the latest offerings from Kingston in stock for developing solutions across a broad range of industries and applications.”

Through this agreement, Mouser can now offer many of Kingston Technology’s high-performance devices, including Design-In SSDs, embedded DRAM, embedded flash memory, and industrial-grade memory cards. Kingston’s Design-In product line of SATA and PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSDs are a drop-in replacement for hard drives and deliver up to 20x greater performance and high reliability, making them ideal for system designers and builders.

Mouser also offers Kingston’s eMMC devices, which are non-volatile, embedded memory featuring flash memory and a controller, simplifying application interface design and providing freedom to the host processor from low-level flash memory management. Kingston eMMC memory is a perfect storage solution for mobile and embedded applications.

The company’s embedded DRAM is also available from Mouser in 1866 Mbps and 2666 Mbps rates, in 128M×16, 256M×16 and 512M×16 configurations applications such as industrial IoT, 5G networking, medical devices, and vending machines.

Additionally, Mouser will offer Kingston’s industrial microSD memory cards, which feature an operating temperature of -40°C to +85°C, allowing them to withstand the most demanding environmental factors, from extreme desert heat to below-freezing conditions.

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