News Releases

News Releases

  • 9/17/18 8:55 am MDT
    CENTENNIAL, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Forbes has named Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE:ARW) to its list of the top 250 Best Regarded Companies from its Global 2000. According to Forbes, the current-year Global 2000 was evaluated by more than 15,000 people from 60 countries regarding “trustworthiness, social conduct, performance of the company’s product or service and the company as an employer.” The resulting score is comprised of amore...
  • 9/11/18 9:06 am MDT
    NEU-ISENBURG, Germany--Arrow Electronics’ presence at electronica 2018 underlines the company’s strategic direction as a technology solutions provider. Its presence will comprise three core pillars: an IoT zone and Arrow Software Solutions on the main booth (Hall C4/412) and an additional area within electronica Fast Forward, the start-up area in Hall C5. Arrow aggregates electronics and enterprise computing solutions for customers and suppliers in industrial commercial markets.more...
  • 8/13/18 5:29 am MDT
    NEU-ISENBURG, Germany--Arrow Electronics has signed an agreement with RFbeam Microwave to offer its planar radar sensor solutions across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). RFbeam’s technology range and engineering skills will extend Arrow’s existing capabilities to support customers in rolling out smart home and smart city applications. In addition, Arrow extended its SoM portfolio with a new solution called Radar SoM based on RFbeam radar modules. Based in St Gallen,more...
  • 7/25/18 12:21 pm MDT
    CENTENNIAL, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE:ARW) was awarded the Microsoft U.S. Partner Award for “highest cloud solution provider indirect revenue growth” this year. This award, during Microsoft’s global partner summit, recognizes Arrow for its innovative solutions, unique customer experiences, and noteworthy uses for Microsoft technologies throughout the year. “We are honored to receive this award from Microsoft,” said Sean Kerins,more...
  • 7/10/18 6:00 am MDT
    NEU-ISENBURG, Germany--Arrow Electronics has announced a new family of IC devices that enable companies to quickly add IO-Link Master functionality to their products without the addition of royalties or licence fees. Arrow joined the IO-Link Consortium in April. The first device launched is a fully integrated STM32 microcontroller with an IO-Link Master software stack, IOLM4P-STM32L, which can control up to four IO-Link Devices via various IO-Link transceivers. The all-in-one IO-Link Master 4more...