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EBV Elektronik Expands Linecard with Renesas Electronics

Updated: Apr 22, 2022

Slobodan Puljarevic, President EBV Elektronik

Semiconductor specialist EBV Elektronik has added the complete product range of Renesas Electronics, a leading supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, to its portfolio. This will enable EBV to offer Renesas’ broad range of microcontrollers as well as analog, power and system-on-chip products to its customers, in whole Europe through EBV offices in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.

The addition of Renesas to EBV’s linecard follows the company’s recent acquisition of EBV supplier Integrated Device Technology (IDT), a leader of RF, high-performance timing, memory interface, real-time and optical interconnects as well as wireless power and sensor solutions. Customers of EBV will benefit from this winning combination of Renesas and IDT in numerous high-growth, data-driven economy markets such as automotive, industrial IoT, and infrastructure applications.

We welcome Renesas to our linecard as it provides even more comprehensive solutions for our customers. Their product range targets a wide cross section of automotive, industrial, home electronics, automation and communication technology applications. It is an ideal addition to our existing IDT offerings and enables us to deliver an even broader range of leading-edge technology solutions”, commented Slobodan Puljarevic, President EBV Elektronik.

This year EBV celebrates our 50th anniversary in business which is due to our long-term relationships with our many suppliers and customers. We look forward to continuing to grow these key relationships into the future. Plus, working with new technology partners like Renesas will help to strengthen and shape our path for the next half century”, concluded Puljarevic.

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