Monolithic Power Systems Announces New Distribution Agreement with Future Electronics

SAN JOSE, CA -- Monolithic Power Systems (MPS) announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Future Electronics (Future), a global leading distributor of electronic components, for the promotion and sale of MPS products in the Americas. Future will distribute MPS high-performance power solutions addressing a wide range of analog applications, particularly in lighting and industrial markets.

This distribution agreement allows MPS to leverage Future's extensive field engineering resources and world class physical distribution capabilities. "We are thrilled to partner with Future. I am confident that with Future's deep knowledge in certain key markets, they will expedite MPS' growth in the Americas," says Maurice Sciammas, EVP WW Sales and Marketing.

MPS' extensive product offering and roadmap, provides Future with one of the most robust line cards in the industry. "We believe that MPS' product offering will allow our engineers to provide a wide range of product support to our customer base. Their low current and module solutions will enable us to further expand in the industrial, medical and lighting markets," says Matthew Rotholz, Corporate Vice President, Analog and Power.

To learn more about Monolithic Power Systems visit http://www.monolithicpower.com  

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

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