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TI, Avnet implement RosettaNet automated design processes

Posted: 08 Dec 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:texas instruments? avnet electronics marketing? rosettanet? partner interface processes?

Texas Instruments (TI) and Avnet Electronics Marketing announced the implementation of RosettaNet's Partner Interface Processes (PIPs) 5C1, 5C2 and 5C4. The two companies have begun exchanging design-win data using the new RosettaNet 5C series PIPs, enabling faster, more accurate tracking of customers' designs using TI's components.

In addition to design-win information, the implementation of the 5C1 PIP enables customers to access practically real-time information about the latest products from TI when they connect with Avnet. Traditionally, component manufacturers provide this information in a batch mode with updates done on a monthly or quarterly basis. New product information from Texas Instruments will now be visible at Avnet as soon as it is announced.

"Automating the delivery of component information and the exchange of design registration information increases its accuracy and eliminates inefficiencies," said John Simari, director of worldwide distribution at TI. "That gives Avnet more time to spend with customers supporting design activities and demonstrating new products," Simari added.

Phil Gallagher, president of Avnet Electronics Marketing, Americas, said, "By building an automated process, we can streamline what is now a manual, labor-intensive and error-prone system, freeing up more time and resources for customers."

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