April 01, 2019
At the beginning of March, Integra Sources became a Preferred Design House of Infineon.
On March 5, 2019, Integra Sources announced a partnership with Infineon Technologies AG, a Germany-based manufacturer recognized as a global leader in power semiconductors.
Infineon designated Integra Sources a preferred design house (PDH) for XMC™ (a family of microcontroller ICs that use the 32-bit RISC ARM processor cores from ARM Holdings, such as Cortex-M4F and Cortex-M0) to support its products in Russia and all over the world, wherever Integra’s Customers are located in. We are proud to become a part of Infineon Global Partner Ecosystem and offer our Customers full-cycle embedded software and hardware development services based on Infineon top-notch solutions.
We start with the Classic Support model and now have access to the following services by Infineon:
Direct access to Infineon means that all their product innovations, development kits, internal specifications, and datasheets are now available to us and can be used freely in our Customer’s technologically advanced solutions (technical support)! With extended support by Infineon and an opportunity to ship components directly from an authorized distributor the risk to hit upon a counterfeit reduces to a zero probability.
We are glad to partner with Infineon and lay high hopes on this collaboration. I have every confidence we will be able to help our Clients implement their projects with the use of Infineon technologies in such key areas as Power, Automotive and Security.
Egor Gutorov, CEO at Integra Sources
Infineon Technologies AG is a world leader in semiconductors, 8- and 16-bit microcontrollers, telecommunication ICs, power electronics, and produces a wide range of innovative products used in automotive and heavy industries. Infineon offers products and system solutions addressing three central challenges to modern society: energy efficiency, mobility, and security.
Partnership with Infineon is the second collaboration of Integra in 2019. Earlier we became an Authorized Microchip Design Partner.
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