Future Electronics and Ecliptek Corporation sign global distribution agreement

Future Electronics has today announced a global distribution agreement with Ecliptek Corporation, a leading frequency control manufacturer. Featuring a wide range of MEMS oscillator, quartz oscillator and quartz crystal resonator devices, Ecliptek’s comprehensive surface mount and legacy through-hole products deliver solutions for virtually any design and production requirements.


With this new partnership, Ecliptek’s global customer base can utilise Future’s strong technical and commercial competencies, including the largest inventory of Ecliptek product in the channel, to optimize design strategies and reduce time to market. With over 160 locations in 42 countries, combined with its fully integrated global operations infrastructure, Future provides a unique opportunity to increase Ecliptek’s global position as a prominent supplier of crystals and oscillators.


“We are thrilled to establish this new partnership with Ecliptek Corporation” said Jodie Metsos, corporate vice president, Future Electronics. “We look forward to offering an even broader portfolio of frequency control products for our consumers on a global basis.”


“Future Electronics’ strong commitment to world class customer service is a natural complement to Ecliptek’s mission statement,” observed Robert Zarrow, Ecliptek vice president of sales and marketing. “There is a clear-cut symmetry between the core philosophies of the two companies that establishes a sound foundation for our partnership, firmly rooted in putting the customer first.”


As Ecliptek continues to add innovative new frequency control products, including its newest miniature 32.768kHz MEMS temperature compensated and standard clock IOT oscillators, the company’s ability to deliver immediate design solutions from Future’s inventory plays a significant role in the growth strategy looking forward. Customers will have access to a wide selection of fully documented Ecliptek frequency control products available to ship straight out of Future stock, reducing costs and lead times based on the strength of Future’s e-commerce platform.



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