Expanded line card adds over 60 manufacturers in last year

25-01-2024 | Mouser Electronics | Power

Mouser added 64 new manufacturers to its industry-leading line card during 2023, greatly expanding product choices for design engineers and purchasing professionals worldwide. By providing customers with a wide selection of the most advanced technologies, the company helps designers avoid costly redesigns, manufacturing delays or even project termination.

The company works closely with its 1,200-plus manufacturer partners to deliver the fastest and easiest access to the industry's newest components. Throughout 2023, semiconductor and electronic component manufacturers counted on it to successfully help them introduce their products into the global marketplace. Since early 2020, it has added over 310 new manufacturer partners. In 2023, the company launched over 66,000 part numbers, including over 8,000 in the fourth quarter, ready for shipment, made attainable by its strong strategic partnerships with manufacturers.

"Our mission is to serve our customers with the widest selection, serving as a one-stop shop for all the board-level components and associated development tools necessary for total project design," said Jeff Newell, Mouser Electronics' senior vice president of Products. "Along with new embedded lines, we are very excited to be adding more industrial lines to expand choices for our customers."

The new manufacturer partners Mouser added in 2023 include:

Amphenol Network Solutions provides a high-quality, seamless product portfolio of fibre distribution, cable management, power, racks, passives, and enclosures. Contrinex is a technology leader in Smart Sensors for complex automation and smart factory applications. MediaTek is a developer of innovative SoC for mobile devices, home entertainment, connectivity, and IoT products. Siemens focuses on industry, transport, infrastructure, and healthcare. It creates technology with purpose by adding real value for customers. Sierra Wireless provides innovative products and solutions that connect thousands of businesses to critical data and millions of people to information. Western Automation develops EV charging core technologies and Arc Fault Detection technology and offers several electrical protection and pilot control features for the EV market.


By Seb Springall