Avnet unveils Bluetooth connectivity with the addition of Bluegiga


Avnet Memec, a division of Avnet Electronics Marketing
Americas, a business region of Avnet has inked a distribution agreement with
Bluegiga Technologies a manufacturer of Bluetooth-based wireless module and
access device products, including new Bluetooth 4.0 low-energy offerings.


Bluegiga’s Bluetooth modules provide the highest levels
of integration, enabling device manufacturers and OEMS to easily add secure Bluetooth
connectivity into applications ranging from healthcare/medical devices, sports
and fitness, automotive, audio, point-of-sale and other telemetry applications.


Customers looking to create efficient, scalable Bluetooth networks can rely on Bluegiga’s cutting-edge access points and servers to
bridge Bluetooth enabled devices onto wired or wireless networks.


Bluegiga’s newest Bluetooth 4.0 low energy products
address the needs of today’s ultra-low power consumption wireless applications
in a small, highly sophisticated package. All Bluegiga
products are certified by the FCC, CE and Industry Canada, as well as Bluetooth
qualified, and come with Avnet’s long-standing design and supply-chain support.


Avnet is a
leading provider of embedded technology to the engineering community, and we
are pleased to expand our relationship with Avnet to include the Americas
market,” said Tom Nordman, vice president of sales and marketing, Bluegiga.


Avnet offers Bluegiga’s customers ready access to our
products and other Avnet offerings that will help our customers complete their
wireless designs quickly and cost effectively. Our relationship with Avnet will
help us continue our global growth initiatives and we look forward to our
mutual success,” Nordman added.


The addition of Bluegiga gives Avnet Memec customers
unparalleled access to well-supported and competitive Bluetooth modules in both
low and high power,” said Phil Sansone, senior vice president of Avnet Memec


These pre-certified integrated modules give our
customers a competitive advantage by alleviating the costs of in-house RF design
and providing a much faster time-to-market,” Sansone added.



By Telecomlead.com Team
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