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TMCNet:  United States : Mouser Named Lead Sponsor of 2013 Darnell Energy Summit [TendersInfo (India)]

[August 29, 2013]

United States : Mouser Named Lead Sponsor of 2013 Darnell Energy Summit [TendersInfo (India)]

(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Mouser Electronics, Inc., a leading design engineering resource and global distributor for semiconductors and electronic components, today announced it is the diamond sponsor of the Darnell Energy Summit, planned for Sept. 9-12 in Dallas. This is the third consecutive year that Mouser is a major sponsor of this important international event covering digital power technology, innovation for the smart grid and advances in energy harvesting.

The four-day summit at the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel will attract international leaders in the industry, among them decision makers and technology developers interested in learning about and contributing to practical advancements related to the latest powering solutions. In past years, attendees included many applications engineers, power system architects, power converter designers, energy harvesting experts, OEMs and systems designers, makers of power components and other industry leaders.

The Darnell Energy Summit will include the Darnell Power Forum, the Green Building Power Forum and the Smart Grid Electronics Forum.

As the leading sponsor of the Darnell Power Forum, we are supporting the advancement of power technologies that will help shape the future of engineering, said Kevin Hess, Mouser Electronics Vice President of Technical Marketing. Hess explained that energy harvesting, smart grid, energy storage, efficiency and ultra-low power solutions are important product areas for Mouser. He added that Mouser s major sponsorship emphasizes the company s ongoing commitment to supporting new technology design.

Jeff Shepard, President of Darnell Group, said Mouser is a valued and trusted partner.

Darnell Group is focused on the leading edge of emerging technologies and advancing power applications, and Mouser shares our passion and vision, Shepard said. We couldn t ask for a better sponsor than Mouser, a trusted source for authorized components from the industry s leading innovators. We appreciate their generous support in making this forum a continued success.

The exhibit hall will be open Sept. 10-11 and Mouser representatives will be there displaying just some of the technology of tomorrow from the world s leading manufacturers including Texas Instruments, Analog Devices and Maxim Integrated, available today at Mouser.com.

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