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Anglia is the UK’s leading independent authorised distributor of semiconductors, optoelectronics, interconnect, and passive and electromechanical components.

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Anglia is the UK’s leading independent authorised distributor of semiconductors, optoelectronics, interconnect, and passive and electromechanical components. A signatory of the ADS SC21 programme, the company holds AS9120, ISO9001 & ISO14001 accreditations.

Technically adept, with an experienced team of staff, Anglia supports OEM and EMS companies in every sector of electronics manufacturing. Anglia's suppliers include some of the world's leading electronic component brands, complemented by many smaller companies with leadership in their chosen technologies.

Anglia stocks over 1 Billion components from more than 900,000 product lines in the UK. Components from every supplier are stocked in depth and breadth for same-day dispatch. Anglia aims to streamline logistics and reduce customers' transaction costs through services that include KAN-BAN, EDI, and customer-dedicated inventory, while an accurate, on-time delivery performance is a vital goal for the company.

Technical support spans a sampling service that delivers over £150,000 worth of free evaluation parts each year and expert technical advice from well-trained product specialists and face-to-face guidance from field applications engineers. Both commercially and technically, management of industry legislation and component obsolescence are recognised as areas of vital importance to customers.

Anglia is driven by an ethic of ever-improving customer understanding and, as a privately owned business, aims to provide a fast, consistent and highly responsive service.

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  • Anglia makes it a double with STMicroelectronics

    Anglia Components has been named STMicroelectronics ‘UK Demand Creation Distributor of the Year 2021’, the award recognises Anglia’s exceptional performance for the second year in a row. The award presentation was made in person by Iain Currie, Managing Director UK & Ireland at STMicroelectronics when he visited Anglia in April

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 2 min Read
  • Anglia makes £10,000 charity donation

    –Anglia Components, the Wisbech-based electronic components distributor, has presented cheques of £5,000 to two charities, one of which is chosen in memory of a colleague. The Christie Charitable Fund, a national charity that provides enhanced services for cancer patients, was selected for its support to Pete Bailey, who passed away earlier this year. Anglia has donated to Blue Smile, a local charity that supports the well-being of Cambridgeshire pupils through art-based therapy.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 2 min Read
  • Create the perfect custom analog and mixed signal IC for your project

    Programmable Matrix Array device enables multiple mixed signal system functions to be integrated into one device Ever wished you could create your own analog IC – integrating all the mixed signal functions that you need for your design, without loading you up with features that you don’t? The good news is, now you can. Alvin Ferlance, Divisional Engineering Manager at Anglia, introduces an innovative highly customisable Mixed-signal Matrix Array device where a vast array of new functions can be simply created by the designer.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 4 min Read
  • Latest Generation of Intelligent Sensors integrate AI and Machine Learning

    What if data computation along with the AI and Machine Learning that is typically carried out in Edge devices today could be integrated into the sensors themselves? Gregorio Vidal, Field Application Engineer at Anglia, introduces the current generation of sensors from STMicroelectronics featuring a Machine Learning Core.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 6 min Read
  • COVID presents challenge and opportunity for medical electronics - By John Bowman, Marketing Director, Anglia Components

    The market for medical and healthcare products continues to accelerate. There is still a high demand for ventilators and other patient-connected systems. The drive to streamline treatments to optimise the valuable time of healthcare professionals is increasing the requirement for instruments of all kinds. Telemedicine and eHealth markets are also expanding rapidly, as medical professionals move to remotely diagnose, monitor and treat patients outside of a dedicated healthcare environment. This is helping to reduce the burden on health services and at the same time has the added benefit of limiting potential exposure to the virus for both parties.

    added by Mrs Alison Blakey 2 min Read

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