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DIARY OF EVENTS 2014


September 9-11 PCB West


Santa Clara, CA, USA www.pcbwest.com


26-28 October


Tuesday 9th - Thursday 11th


THE LATEST INDUSTRY NEWS FROM THE


NORTH AMERICAN ELECTRONICS MARKETPLACE Solid-state drive agreement


ARCO, a specialty distributor of memory solutions, has signed a global distribution agreement withMaximus Technology, a manufacturer of advanced flash storage devices. Under the agreement, ARCO’s customers throughout North America, Europe and Asia Pacific now have access to Maximus Technology’s complete portfolio of military, industrial, enterprise and consumer solid state drive products. Rick Kapoor, president of ARCO, commented,


Sunday 26th - Tuesday 28th


ECIA Executive Conference


InterContinental Chicago O'Hare, USA www.eciaonline.org/ExecutiveConference


November 11-14


Tuesday 11th - Friday 14th


Electronica


Messe Munchen, Germany www.electronica.de


2015


11-14 February


Tuesday 24th - Thursday 26th


IPC APEX EXPO


San Diego Convention Centre, CA, USA www.ipcapexexpo.org


14 May


Four distribution agreements


America II Electronics has entered into


distribution agreements with 3M, Transcend Information, Comchip Technology andHongfa America. Terms of each agreement vary. Under the


Thursday 14th ES LIVE, UK 2015


Madejski Stadium, Reading, UK www.es-live.co.uk


6 July/August 2014


terms of the 3M agreement, America II will distribute products from 3M Specialty Products Division, including its tapes, adhesives, safety products, cable accessories, heat shrink products, LED light bulbs and other products used in electrical applications for the industrial and utility markets. Through its partnership with Transcend, America II will supply its customers with the company’s line of memory modules, drives and cards. Under terms of the Comchip agreement, America II will be a global stocking distributor of Comchip’s line of discrete semiconductors. And through its partnership with Hongfa, America II will distribute the manufacturer’s full line of products, including relays, contactors, switches and circuit breakers.


www.americaii.com


“Maximus Technology is one of the few manufacturers able to provide NAND SLC flash products in one single disk with a capacity over 512GB. Its proprietary technologies provide excellent reliability and performance with devices for the most demanding applications.” Maximus Technology’s product portfolio


includes 2.5in SATAII SSDs with a secure erase function and capacity range from 16 to 1024GB


on MLC flash and 16 to 640GB on SLC flash. The secure erase speed can reach 2 to 3GB per second, meaning that all data in a 64GB disk can be erased totally within 20 seconds.


www.arcoinc.com Touch-screen network


expands Zytronic, a specialist developer and manufacturer of large form‐factor projected capacitive touch sensor solutions for the self‐service, digital signage, gaming, leisure and industrial markets, has established a direct presence in North America with the formation of a subsidiary, Zytronic Inc. The company has also strengthened its support for customers and sales partners in the region with the addition of a sales support engineer


in Atlanta, GA, and the appointment of RD&D Sales Engineering as a manufacturer’s representative. While the agreement with RD&D covers the


complete Zytronic product range, the company is expected to focus on opportunities in the fast‐growing market for projected capacitive touch sensors. Based in Southern California, RD&D has offices in Orange, Camarillo and San Diego. The company supplies an extensive range of active and passive electronic components ranging from semiconductors to LCDs. It offers application engineering in support of its sales function.


www.zytronic.co.uk www.electronics-sourcing.com


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