[16/05/2022 Stevenage, UK] Astute Electronics have announced a new franchised-distribution agreement with Cinch - one of the world’s most recognised interconnect brands. Cinch is known for their world-class RF, fibre optics, hybrid, microwave components,...
[12/05/2022 Stevenage, UK] Astute Electronics have announced a new franchised-distribution agreement with the Swiss optical and connectivity systems manufacturer, HUBER+SUHNER Ian White, Interconnect BDM at Astute Electronics, said, “We are delighted to formalise the...
[23/02/2022 Stevenage, UK] Astute Electronics have announced a new global franchised-distribution agreement with KEC - leaders in EMC interconnect technology. Astute are now a distributor and design-in partner for their full range of Mil standard backshells,...
[25/10/2021 Stevenage, UK] Astute Electronics is now an authorised ‘Value Added’ distributor and design-in partner for Geyer Electronic’s range of ultra-miniature crystals, oscillators, SAW filters and resonators. Stewart Burns, Passive & Discrete BDM at Astute...
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