Arrow Electronics to distribute Alorium’s FPGA-based solutions

Arrow Electronics has entered into a global distribution agreement with Alorium Technology, a provider of compact, high-performance embedded computing solutions for the industrial and commercial internet of things markets, technology startups and the advanced maker movement.

Arrow will sell Alorium’s FPGA-based solutions, including the XLR8 development board that enables new levels of performance and programmability for Arduino projects, as well as the Arduino-compatible Snō development board with enhanced processing and application speeds. Coupled with the expert design capabilities of the two companies, the agreement will help customers quickly and cost-effectively achieve production-ready solutions, including time-sensitive industrial devices.


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