New Yorker Electronics Announces Agreement to Become Newest Distributor for Good-Ark Semiconductor
New Relationship Significantly Increases Availability and Reduces Costs of Semiconductor Devices
Good-Ark is one of the largest diode, rectifier and bridge rectifier manufacturers in the world and is the industry leader in SMA/SMB/SMC and DFN/QFN package types. This aligns well with New Yorker Electronics' portfolio of passive electronic components manufacturers, which will now include quality semiconductor supplies at even more competitive pricing.
For New Yorker Electronics, this agreement means the latest mechanism in its ability to provide low-cost, end-to-end design solutions for customers from a single, highly qualified source. "We are very pleased with this latest extension of our products and services," said Barry Slivka, President of New Yorker Electronics. "Good-Ark is a leader in this industry and I think both of our customers, and new customers, will benefit from this worldwide opportunity to purchase some of the industry's top devices from a distinctive, well-established distributor."
As a franchise distributor of Good-Ark Semiconductor, New Yorker Electronics now supplies its full line of Semiconductor Diodes, Rectifiers, Bridge Rectifiers, Protection devices (TVS, Chip Fuse & Thermistor) and MOSFETS (Small Signal & Power MOSFETS supported by Trench Technology) in through-hole to surface mount devices as well as wafer/bare die for hybrid applications.
ABOUT NEW YORKER ELECTRONICS
New Yorker Electronics is a certified franchised distributor of electronic components, well known for its full product lines, large inventories and competitive pricing since 1948. New Yorker Electronics is an AS9120B and ISO 9001:2015 certified source of capacitors, resistors, semi-conductors, connectors, filters, inductors and more, and operates entirely at heightened military and aerospace performance levels. It also functions in strict accordance with AS5553 and AS6496 standards — verifying that it has implemented industry standards into everyday practices to thwart the proliferation of counterfeit parts. It is a member of ECIA (Electronics Component Industry Association)
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