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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 7
Publication Date: 07/1/2007
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Digi-Key Corporation and ISSI Sign Worldwide Distribution Agreement
Thief River Falls, MN and San Jose, CA — Electronic component distributor Digi-Key Corporation and Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. (ISSI), an advanced memory solutions specialist, have signed a global distribution agreement.
ISSI designs, develops and markets high-performance integrated circuits for digital consumer electronics, networking, mobile communications and automotive electronics markets. Its primary products include high-speed and low-power SRAM and low and medium density DRAM. ISSI also designs and markets EEPROM and Smartcards and is developing selected non-memory products for its key markets. ISSI products stocked by Digi-Key include serial EEPROM chips, SDRAM and SRAM chips in a variety of package types and memory sizes. These products are featured in Digi-Key's print and online catalogs and are available for purchase directly from Digi-Key. Digi-Key will be able to fulfill prototype as well as the production quantity needs of its diverse customer base.
"We are very pleased to strengthen our memory offering with a product line from ISSI," said Mark Larson, Digi-Key's president. "We are certain high quality semiconductor products such as these will be of consequential interest and appeal to Digi-Key's customers." "We are very excited about adding Digi-Key to our distribution network," said Lyn Zastrow, vice president of sales for ISSI. "Digi-Key is recognized for serving an extensive customer base of design engineers in market segments that complements our focus growth areas."
For more information, contact: Digi-Key Corporation, 701 Brooks Avenue South, Thief River Falls, MN 56701
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