Digi-Key to carry full line of Raspberry Pi products

Digi-Key Electronics

Thursday, 07 January, 2021

Digi-Key to carry full line of Raspberry Pi products

Digi-Key Electronics has announced that it is now an official Raspberry Pi authorised distributor and will carry the full line of Raspberry Pi products.

With more than 36 million platforms sold, Raspberry Pi has become a go-to solution for everything from rapid prototyping to production-ready designs. The company’s full line of products includes low-cost, high-performance computers and development boards designed to help users of all levels with computing and digital making, helping everyone from students and makers to start-ups and established OEMs to learn, solve problems and create solutions.

“We are excited to offer the entire Raspberry Pi product portfolio to Digi-Key’s customers around the globe,” said David Sandys, Director of Technical Marketing at Digi-Key. “Raspberry Pi truly shares our commitment to come alongside engineers around the world and inspire them as they take their innovations from ideation through design and prototyping to production.”

“We have continued to see a huge acceleration in the use of Raspberry Pi products across a wide range of industrial applications, so we are very excited to add Digi-Key as an authorised distributor focused on serving the industrial market for us globally,” said Mike Buffham, Chief Commercial Officer at Raspberry Pi. “Digi-Key will stock the complete range of Raspberry Pi products, including the recently released Compute Module 4 range, which we believe is ideally suited to Digi-Key’s global customers.”

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