Digi International Announces Expanded Global Distribution Agreement with Arrow Electronics

MINNETONKA, MN -- Digi International announces an expanded global distribution agreement. Under the expanded agreement, Digi's complete product and services portfolio has been made available through Arrow's global network. As a result, design engineers around the world now have access to the full-range of Digi's cellular, embedded, RF, network and wireless design services through one of the world's largest electronic components distributors.

Digi provides one of the industry's broadest ranges of wireless products, a cloud computing platform tailored for devices, and development services to help customers create, deploy and manage wireless devices and applications in mission-critical, industrial settings. Digi's M2M products include embedded system-on-modules; RF products, including XBee® modules, gateways, modems, adapters, range extenders, and sensors; Digi Transport® cellular gateways/routers; and Rabbit modules and single-board computers.

"Digi products provide business-critical machine communications solutions in the most demanding environments. The global expansion of Arrow's distribution agreement with Digi will help our customers efficiently deliver on IoT initiatives all around the world," said Greg Provenzano, vice president of global semiconductor for Arrow Electronics.

"Everyone recognizes Arrow as one of the world's premier electronics distributors and one of the select few that can deliver expertise, support and experience on a global basis," said Richard Halliday, vice president of channel sales for Digi International. "Arrow is known for connecting the best technology companies in the world to its worldwide customer base of industrial and commercial users. Engineers now have unlimited access to the entire line of Digi products and services."

For more information, visit http://www.digi.com

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