08 Mar 2021 -
 General

Astute signs Transys Electronics to offer custom waferfab solutions

01/03/2020 Stevenage, UK: Astute Electronics is proud to announce a new global distribution deal with one of the UK’s most innovative wafer fabs – Transys Electronics Ltd.

Astute will become a franchised distributor and design-in partner for the full range of Transys products including CMOS, IGBT, MOSFET’s, Power and small signal transistors, Thyristor, Triac, rectifiers, schottky diodes and transient suppression packaged within discrete’s and power modules along with custom semiconductor solutions.

Welcoming Transys Electronics into the line-card, Stewart Burns, Passive & Discrete Division Manager at Astute, commented about the deal,

Transys is a respected semiconductor partner with extensive design and manufacturing ability within both analog and digital ICs.

They operate a full-capability semiconductor waferfab, packaging and assembly plant with the capacity to create bespoke solutions. As a key design-in partner for Transys, we’ll be looking to promote these semiconductor engineering capabilities to our A&D client base.”

Christian Holland, Managing Director at Transys notes

Over the last 29 years we have developed some truly world beating products, unheard of for a private company our size.  Partnering with Astute we are expanding on our historic customer base, Astute’s unmatched experience as a design led distributor creates a perfect partnership between the two companies.”

The formal agreement extends a successful partnership between the two companies, who have already worked together on Mil-Spec products.

Transys Electronics Ltd was founded in 1982 and has remained a family-owned semiconductor manufacturer located in the industrial heartland of Birmingham, UK.

Astute Electronics offers global bespoke solutions across all market segments and across all sectors of the electronics industry and is a value-added partner for Transys Electronics.

Astute Electronics – Your technical partner for Transys Electronics products across the globe.

Find out more at /franchised/passive-discrete/transys/

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