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DigiKey adds more than 450 suppliers

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Disty continues to expand the diversity of its products, suppliers in new product categories

Global electronic components distributor DigiKey has expanded its portfolio in 2023 by adding more than 450 new suppliers across their core business, DigiKey Marketplace and Fulfilled by DigiKey program. The company added more than 1.7 million accessible parts, including 230,000+ parts with inventory available to sell, across its core business in 2023.

“2023 was a year of record-breaking innovation as we continued to offer the newest technologies and reinforce our position as the distribution leader of a vast and expanding selection of components across many product groups,” said Mike Slater. “As we look forward to 2024, inventory is stabilizing and returning to a state of normalcy, supporting DigiKey’s commitment to accelerate progress for every designer, buyer and builder by offering the largest supplier portfolio and widest product offering. We are excited to announce that these products are currently available to the global engineering community.”

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The firm also continues to expand the diversity of its products and suppliers in new product categories with its DigiKey Marketplace, a single source for all aspects of technology innovation, including bare PCB boards, industrial automation, test and measurement, IoT solutions and virtually all things related and adjacent to technology innovation, all through a singular shopping experience. Marketplace products typically ship within 1 to 5 days directly from the supplier.

Some of the key new product introductions added to the DigiKey line card in 2023 include Banner’s Asset Monitoring Gateway with CLOUD IDMolex’s Loxon Locking Quick DisconnectsInfineon’s PSoC 4000T MicrocontrollersTagore’s TP44200NM GaN FETWürth Elektronik’s push-pull transformers, and more. Core suppliers continued to expand their offerings, adding new products from a variety of divisions.



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