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MACOM to Deliver Through Digi-Key

February 15, 2014

M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. (MACOM), a supplier of high performance RF, microwave, and millimeter wave products, announced the signing of a global distribution agreement with Digi- Key Corp., a provider of both prototype/design and production quantities of electronic components.

According to a release, this agreement allows MACOM to promote its broad portfolio of RF and Microwave products through Digi- Key.com, one of the industry's most popular sites for electronic component sourcing, reaching over 500,000 design engineers worldwide.

MACOM's portfolio of catalog products includes Diodes, GaAs MMICs, Silicon and Gallium Nitride Transistors, and Components that enable next-generation internet and modern battlefield applications. These products, which cover frequencies ranging from DC to 110GHz, will now be available through Digi-Key's distribution channel.

"We are excited to market our innovative products directly to design engineers worldwide and extend our customer reach with Digi- Key's exceptional service," said Jack Kennedy, Vice President, Global Sales at MACOM. "By leveraging their industry expertise, Digi- Key will enable us to provide improved time to market to our customers."

"Customers look to MACOM to provide the leading technology in RF and Microwave Products," said Mark Zack, Vice President, Global Semiconductor products at Digi-Key. "Over the years MACOM has established a strong leadership position, providing a wide range of standard, catalog products within the high performance RF and Microwave market. Digi-Key is one of the fastest growing distributors of electronic components and MACOM's continued focus to maximize short-term results using off the shelf products, makes this an ideal partnership for both companies."

More information:

www.macom.com

www.digikey.com

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