FORT WORTH, TEXAS – September 28, 2009 – TTI, Inc., recognized as a global distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components, announces the launch of its new Power Management Resource Center, a powerful in-depth resource site dedicated to the needs and interests of the engineering community.
Billed as an industry first, the site features the latest in new product trends and technologies along with expert commentary from industry insiders. Engineers will quickly adopt the Resource Center as the go to site for cutting edge information on power management designs, white papers, data sheets and much more.
Craig Conrad, TTI Senior Vice President Chief Marketing and Strategic Planning Officer, noted, “The Power Resource Center is an extension of our information services. Our goal is to have this Resource Center followed as widely by engineers as MarketEye is by the rest of the industry. The MarketEye site offers industry analyses from leading industry experts, material cost trends and other valuable market and product information to our customers.”
Each month viewers can look forward to receiving the most up to date industry information via vendor Quickcasts and Webcasts on featured products.
The Resource Center is powered by the following suppliers: FCI, KOA, Littelfuse, Molex, Murata, Tyco Electronics and Vishay.
Check out TTI’s online power management toolbox today at www.ttiinc.com/power.
About TTI, Inc.
Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, TTI, Inc. is a specialty distributor of passive, interconnect and discrete components. TTI is the distributor of choice for industrial and consumer electronic manufacturers worldwide. TTI’s extensive product line includes: resistors, capacitors, connectors, potentiometers, trimmers, magnetics, circuit protection, filters, electromechanical and discrete semiconductor devices. TTI is recognized as the industry’s leader in service and quality and provides a broad array of supply chain services to its customer base. TTI employs 2,000 with more than 50 locations throughout North America, Europe and Asia. For more information about TTI, visit www.ttiinc.com.