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ATS Design Services delivers cool solutions to Digi-Key customers

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Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc. (ATS), Norwood MA, a leading developer of products and systems for cooling electronics, is now providing design engineering services for electronic components distributor Digi-Key Electronics. 

Through its Design Services Provider network ATS provides comprehensive thermal analysis and design services for the cloud and edge computing, aerospace, agtech, robotics, electric vehicles, medical and consumer electronics, telecommunications, data communications, industrial IoT and other industries in need of cooling high performing electronic products. ATS’ 3-Core design process encompasses analytical, computational and empirical methods using proprietary tools and CFD software. ATS studies the full packaging domain, including components, circuit boards (PCBs), shelves, chassis, and system packaging.

Heat management a recurring problem

“We are aware of problems facing electronic design engineers. One of the most common is heat management. Heat affects everything from components to buildings full of servers and everything in between,” says Randall Restle, Digi-Key VP applications engineering. “We are proud to carry standard ATS thermal relief products and stock more than 30,000 of them for immediate overnight shipment, and we are delighted to expose ATS heat management engineering prowess to our customers as a design service.”


“Thermal management is a critical junction point for the successful launch of any kind of electronics product,” adds ATS president and CEO Kaveh Azar, Ph.D. “Being included in Digi-Key’s Design Services Provider Program allows us to make available our 30 years of experience in thermal design and mechanical packaging of electronics to Digi-Key’s customers to ensure that the thermal portion of the design cycle is addressed right-on-time-the-first-time.”


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