Bringing Bay Area innovation to market since 1969
Since the 1960s, the pace of technology innovation has steadily increased, unlocking brilliant ideas, sparking unfathomable growth and undoubtedly shifting the way applications are consumed. And the constant in all of this change? The relationships that help bridge the gap from idea to delivery.
Avnet and Intel have been a premier example of two trusted technology companies working together to bring the world’s brightest of ideas to market. From selling computer peripherals to complete systems and software, this partnership has continued to evolve and support the needs of our customers. The passion to guide our customers through every stage of the product development lifecycle is something we take seriously, making this partnership the choice of the Bay Area for nearly five decades.
Getting to market faster
Sitting in the middle of the design chain and supply chain, Avnet has always leveraged our long-standing technology partnerships, such as Intel, to bring you insights into future road maps and deliver unbiased recommendations of the best technologies for your solution.
At Avnet, everything we do is focused on getting your ideas to market quicker and more efficiently so you can focus resources on innovation and profit-generating activities.
With unparalleled experience, expertise and capabilities in integrated solutions, Avnet designs, engineers, manufactures and integrates technology across industries and around the world, so that you can exceed customer expectations, optimize your value and Reach Further™.
Contact us today to learn more.
About the image: Intel founders Bob Noyce (left) and Gordon Moore witness the signing of Intel's first customer order by Tony Hamilton of Hamilton Electric (Avnet) in 1969.
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