Montreal, Canada – September 4, 2018 – Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, is showcasing the new industry-leading lowest power 32-bit MCUs from Microchip Technology in the latest edition of THE EDGE.
The SAM L10 and SAM L11 MCU families from Microchip feature the new Arm® Cortex®-M23 core. They were created to address the growing need for IoT connected security. Both MCU families also deliver the lowest power consumption in the industry.
THE EDGE is the latest e-newsletter from Future Electronics, and is geared toward engineers and buyers looking for new or leading-edge products. THE EDGE comes out twice per month, and each edition features product information, datasheets and videos showcasing the most advanced new technology in a specific area, such as sensing, lighting, or automotive.
Click here http://www1.futureelectronics.com/Mailing/edge_enewsletter/August2018/SecurityEncryption/default_Edge.html to view the most recent edition of THE EDGE, featuring the latest in security and encryption solutions. To see the entire portfolio of Microchip products available through Future Electronics, visit: www.FutureElectronics.com
About Future Electronics
Future Electronics is a global leader in electronics distribution, recognized for providing customers with global supply chain solutions, custom-tailored engineering services and a comprehensive suite of passives and semiconductor products. Founded by Robert Miller in 1968, Future Electronics has over 5,500 employees and operates in 169 offices in 44 countries around the world. Future Electronics is globally integrated, with a unified IT infrastructure that delivers real-time inventory availability and access to customers. With the highest level of service, the most advanced engineering capabilities, and the largest available-to-sell inventory in the world, Future’s mission is always to Delight the Customer®. For more information, visit www.FutureElectronics.com.
Martin H. Gordon
Director, Corporate Communications
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