Thursday, April 19, 2012

Avnet Embedded adds IEI Technology USA to digital signage suite of products

PHOENIX, USA: Avnet Embedded, a division of Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet Inc., announced the addition of IEI Technology USA Corp. (IEI), a leading industrial computer service provider, to its Brilliant Digital Signage program product offering. Avnet Embedded will be IEI’s sole distributor in the Americas and will carry IEI’s broad single-board computer (SBC) and industrial panel products. To find out more, visit the Avnet Electronics Marketing website.

IEI currently offers design engineers a wide variety of technology for end applications in medical, telecom, mobile computing, digital signage, and in-vehicle info-tainment (IVI). IEI’s SBCs include ETX, COM Express and Qseven CPU modules. Each IEI SBC is powered by industry leading processors including the Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3/5/7, Celeron and ARM family of products. IEI’s industrial panel offering includes touch screens, and workstation and rack-console solutions.

"Embedded devices are one of the most important bridges to help people connect with each other," said James Yang, VP, IEI Technology. "Adding Avnet to our distribution channel helps our mutual customers make the right choices when implementing embedded technology into their designs. From SBC, embedded solutions, panel applications, mobile, kiosks and digital signage, Avnet's worldwide services will provide our customers a convenient way to utilize our technology.”

“Embedded engineers are searching for options when designing for digital signage,” said Chuck Kostalnick, senior VP, Avnet Embedded. “Adding IEI to our Americas offering enables our customers to choose from a wide variety of both hardware and software solutions. IEI’s breadth of products complements Avnet’s unique digital signage suite of services – all created to help our customers bring their technology to market faster.”

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