Lite-On Semiconductor Signs New Yorker Electronics as Franchise Distributor
New Yorker Electronics has teamed with Lite-On Semiconductor Corp. (LSC) in a new franchise distribution agreement to supply its discrete power management devices around the world.
Established in 1990, Lite-On Semiconductor (TWSE 5305) manufactures green power related semiconductor components that are mainly applied in communications, information, consumer electronics products’ switching power supply and system power supply. A highly vertical integration company, LSC owns several manufacturing sites from which it produces complete front-end to back-end solutions with great proficiency. Focusing on Discrete Components for more than 25 years, Lite-On Semi owned over 25% of the worldwide market share of bridge rectifiers in 2018.
“It is a great addition for New Yorker Electronics to have Lite-On Semiconductor on our growing line card,” said Barry Slivka, President of New Yorker Electronics. “Along with a vast inventory, they bring a lot to the table in terms of better leads times, cost effectiveness and flexibility.”
“We are excited join forces with a reputable Semiconductor components distributor such as New Yorker Electronics. This will help reinforce our competitiveness and expand their market shares in North America and elsewhere,” said Jeremy Chiang, Technical Sales Manager for Lite-On Semiconductor.
LSC designs, develops, packages and tests a wide series of green power related semiconductor components that are mainly applied on communications, information, consumer electronics products’ switching power supply and system power supply. LSC also builds custom power management solutions to enhance power efficiency.
- LCD TV/Monitor
- Wireless AP Router
- Cable Modem
- xDSL Modem
- Car Charger
As a franchise distributor, New Yorker Electronics will supply the entire line of Lite-On Semiconductor Bridge Rectifiers, Recovery Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers, TVS, ESDs, TSPDs, Thyristor Devices, MOSFETs, Zener Diodes, 3-Phase Bridge, Recitifiers, SiC Schottky Diodes, Contact Image Sensor (CIS), Power Management ICs, Optoelectronics and Small Signal Devices.
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