17-10-2023 | By Jack Pollard
As technology continues to redefine our world, the partnership between Rochester Electronics, LLC and Semtech Corporation emerges as a significant milestone. This alliance is set to provide a wide array of mixed-signal solutions, reinforcing the continuous growth and evolution of our tech-centric landscape.
A Historic Collaboration for Cutting-Edge Solutions
Tracing its roots back to 1960, Semtech has been at the forefront of high-reliability products. Over the decades, it has transformed into a global technology powerhouse, specialising in differentiated, disruptive analog and mixed-signal semiconductors. Their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction has been unwavering, making them a trusted name in the industry.
On the other hand, Rochester Electronics has carved a niche for itself as the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors. With a focus on 100% authorised, traceable, certified, and guaranteed devices, Rochester is a name synonymous with trust and reliability. Their dedication to extending the availability of obsolete lifecycle products, while also supporting active lifecycle products, makes them an invaluable asset in the semiconductor world.
This collaboration, therefore, is not just a merger of two giants but a fusion of history, innovation, and a shared vision for the future.
In an era where technological advancements are shaping the future, the collaboration between Rochester Electronics, LLC and Semtech Corporation stands out as a beacon of innovation. This partnership promises to deliver a broad spectrum of mixed-signal solutions, ensuring that the tech-driven world continues to thrive and evolve.
A Boost for Long-Lifecycle Products
The tech industry, with its rapid advancements, often sees products becoming obsolete in a short span. However, there remains a significant demand for long-lifecycle products, especially in sectors where reliability and longevity are paramount. This collaboration between Rochester Electronics and Semtech Corporation is a testament to their commitment to catering to such demands.
As part of their initial collaboration, Rochester has received a staggering 12 million units of Semtech products. This inventory boasts a diverse selection, ranging from power management devices and LED drivers to filters, TVS/ESD protection devices, and RF transceivers. Such a vast and varied inventory ensures that the needs of a wide array of sectors are met, further solidifying the partnership's dedication to serving global markets.
With this collaboration, both companies are poised to redefine the landscape of long-lifecycle products, ensuring that industries worldwide have access to top-tier mixed-signal solutions, irrespective of the product's lifecycle stage.
Voices from the Helm
When two industry leaders come together, the excitement and optimism are palpable. Reflecting on this collaboration, Mark Gohr, Rochester Electronics Director of Supplier Development, Americas, remarked, “Rochester welcomes the opportunity to offer Semtech’s broad range of mixed-signal solutions. This offering enhances Rochester’s position in the market by enabling us to serve a broad range of global market sectors, and we look forward to continuing to grow the relationship with our worldwide customers.”
Similarly, Hieu Duong, Senior Director of Global Channel Sales at Semtech, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are pleased to be working with Rochester Electronics who will now offer a selection of Semtech’s comprehensive portfolio of mixed-signal semiconductor solutions. Rochester Electronics is an industry leader of continuous source semiconductor products and solutions, authorized by over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers, and providing an extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) semiconductors. This relationship with Rochester provides great value to our customers, supporting long-life applications and extending product lifecycles.”
These statements underscore the mutual respect and shared vision of both companies, highlighting the potential of this partnership to reshape the semiconductor industry.