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Open Source

Newark's New Kits Program Promotes STEM Education - News

December 16, 2022

Chicago. Newark will commit itself to STEM education by providing kits to students and their professors to enjoy and learn from hands-on experiences. Educators can collaborate with Newark by constructing a custom kit for students including customized classroom kits and developing single board computers. Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Technical Marketing at Newark stated, “We want to encourage everyone to stretch their minds and think creatively and strategically, this starts when students are young and in the classroom.”


Newark is now shipping new LattePanda 3 Delta from DFRobot - Press Release

August 15, 2022

Newark, an Avnet company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions, is now stocking the new DFRobot LattePanda 3 Delta single board computer (SBC).

Debug & Test

Newark Now Stocking the Next Generation Tektronix 2 Series MSO - Press Release

July 12, 2022

The Tektronix 2 Series Mixed Signal Oscilloscope is a major advancement in test and measurement performance, versatility and portability.

Open Source

Embedded Executive: Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Technology Product Marketing, Newark - Podcast

December 22, 2021

Newark recently conducted a poll of Makers and Professional Makers, looking at their board choices, operating environments, architectures, and so on.

Analog & Power

Newark Expands Power Integrations Portfolio with InnoSwitch™3 - Press Release

November 18, 2021

InnoSwitch3 PowiGaN™-based ICs from Power Integrations achieve up to 95 percent efficiency across the full load range and up to 100 W output power in enclosed adapter implementations without a heatsink. 


New Research from Newark Shows Demand for Low-Cost SBCs in Industrial and IoT Applications - News

September 01, 2021

A global survey reveals low-cost SBCs are being used in all stages of product development and production, from proof of concept and prototyping through to production and test equipment.


Newark Signs Distribution Agreement with Epishine to Enable Light-Energy Harvesting Within Electronic Design - News

August 26, 2021

Epishine's organic solar cells are small, thin, flexible, and printed on recyclable plastic. The cells can be easily integrated into any low power electronic equipment where they convert ambient indoor light into electricity. New product designers can replace batteries in wireless sensors and similar devices with the organic solar cells, reducing the environmental impact of battery waste and saving battery replacement costs.