07 Mar 2018

Premier Farnell signs global franchise agreement with Amphenol

Premier Farnell is announcing a new global franchise agreement with Amphenol SV Microwave, which will enhance Farnell element14’s RF connector, adapter and cable assembly product ranges to include higher frequency microwave bands up to 100 GHz. Farnell element14 will be the sole stockist of Amphenol SV Microwave products in Europe, opening up new markets and customers to the supplier and providing customers with required products with same day despatch.

Amphenol SV Microwave, is a specialist in the RF/Microwave industry and has designed and manufactured RF/Microwave coaxial connectors, cable assemblies and passive components for over 50 years. Amphenol SV Microwave products are suitable for military, IoT, 5G, satellite, high speed, aerospace, commercial and telecommunications applications.

Dave Beck, Head of Product Management, EMCO at Premier Farnell and Farnell element14, says: “As the Development Distributor, we are committed to working with our customers to understand their design requirements. Our aim is to help customers develop their products and grow their businesses. One way we do this is by providing a wide product range with leading technical expertise. The new agreement with Amphenol SV Microwave expands our product range and further enables us to provide a full service solution for customers. We have extensive experience in supporting our customers from design phase to initial production, and now, as part of the Avnet group, can also guide our customers as they take their products to high volume production, providing a true end-to-end solution.”

Doug Snader, International Sales Director from Amphenol SV Microwave added: “Amphenol SV Microwave is delighted to develop this partnership with Premier Farnell and Farnell element14 in Europe. This agreement gives a larger group of design engineers’ access to SV Microwave’s high frequency products that offer superior reliability and performance. Customers in Europe can now also get access to Amphenol SV Microwave products faster than ever before – with same day despatch from stock exclusively from Farnell element14.”

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