Intel ships more than 5m chipset devices to Rochester Electronics

Rochester Electronics has increased its inventory of Intel product by more than five million devices following a massive transfer of chipset products. As an authorised distributor for mature and EOL products from the semiconductor giant, Rochester will continue to support Intel customers with ongoing demand for more than 60 unique part types which make up this most recent shipment.

Specific product types that Intel’s Internet of Things product group has sent to Rochester include PCI-to-PCI bridges, I/O controller hubs, graphic/memory controller hubs (GMCH), 32 bit MPUs and many other types of products that support long lifecycle embedded markets.

As an authorized distributor for Intel and more than 60 other semiconductor manufacturers, Rochester guarantees traceability and performance for every part they sell. All inventory is stored in Rochester’s recently expanded 250,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, climate-controlled semiconductor storage facilities that includes more than 7,800 cubic feet for bonded, secure inventory.

“We’re looking for ways to help our customers every day. This latest Intel Chipset inventory, received directly from Intel, significantly adds to our available, existing stock. Based on historic demand, Rochester will be able to support customers with these products for many years,” said Paul Gerrish, President at Rochester Electronics.


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