Mouser Electronics named Best Global Distributor by Digilent

Mouser Electronics has been named Best Global Distributor for 2016 by Digilent, an engineering design company serving universities, students, engineers and OEMs worldwide with technology-based educational tools. Mouser stocks a broad line of Digilent products, available for immediate delivery worldwide.

Andy Kerr, Mouser Vice President of Corporate Supplier Management says: "We take great pride in our distribution system and are very honored to receive this important recognition from Digilent. It's a testament to our great partnership. We look forward to forward to many more years of success."

Steve Johnson, President and General Manager at Digilent says: "Mouser has demonstrated top performance in terms of customer growth, service excellence and world-class logistics in delivering our products across the globe. We are pleased to award them our top global distributor award."

In 2015, Mouser signed a global distribution agreement with Digilent, a National Instruments company. Mouser now stocks Digilent products including the Analog Discovery 2 multifunction device for mixed signal circuits, Pmod peripheral modules and add-on boards, and the Arty Z7-20 development platform for embedded vision designed around the Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC.

Follow the link for more information on the Digilent products available from Mouser Electronics.

Mouser Electronics

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