CODICO and Digi International announce distribution agreement

CODICO, the Austrian distribution company for electronic components, and Digi International, a global provider of mission-critical machine-to-machine and IoT connectivity products and services, have announced a distribution agreement for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

CODICO distributes active and passive electronic components and interconnect systems. It offers active components, including semiconductors and modules, power conversion products, and optoelectronics; passive components, such as capacitors, inductive components, frequency control products, EMI components, sound components, filters, resistors, HF-components, switches, sensors, and relays; and interconnects, including connectors, cable assemblies, filters, and electro acoustics. It also provides project management, technical support, consultation, and advice from the initial development phase through to production and beyond.

Digi provides wireless M2M connectivity that delivers the reliability, scalability, security, and bullet proof performance needed to build and deploy critical infrastructures in challenging environments. 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.

“Our goal is to become the top European demand creation distributor, and Digi is a key relationship in helping us to achieve that goal,” said Sven Krumpel, chief executive officer, CODICO.

“As a leading EMEA distributor of electronic components, CODICO’s Active Components Group is an important additional avenue for Digi to continue to deepen its presence throughout the region,” said Frederic Luu, vice president of Asia and EMEA sales and marketing, Digi International. 

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