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M-Systems and Digi-Key sign distribution agreement

Posted: 09 Nov 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:m-systems? digi-key? embedded flask disk?

M-Systems and Digi-Key Corporation announced that they have signed a worldwide distribution agreement. M-Systems' embedded flash disk products will be featured in Digi-Key's printed and online catalog and will be available for purchase directly from Digi-Key.

"Many design engineers have a Digi-Key catalog and, with M-Systems inside, it will be a great outlet for us into new designs," said Scott Deutsch, M-Systems' vice president of sales for the Americas. He added that Digi-Key has a huge catalog and online customer base that will now have access to M-System's DiskOnChip and FFD products for all of their product development needs.

M-Systems' DiskOnChip and FFD products provide reliable and fast non-volatile memory (NVM) to store data and code locally. They are available in a wide range of capacities, form factors, and bus interfaces, targeting applications such as gaming machines, point of sale, thin clients, servers, printers, single-board computers and computers used for military, telecom and aviation needs. Based on leading-edge NAND flash technology, an ultra-thin controller and advanced flash management software, M-Systems embedded flash drive products provide an optimized NVM solution with an ideal cost structure.

"We are pleased to be able to offer M-Systems' line of data storage products to our worldwide base of engineering and procurement customers" said Mark Larson, president of Digi-Key. Larson added that M-Systems' innovative products will help broaden their line card offering and enable them to better serve the diverse electronic component needs of the customers.

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