Micro Oscillator, Inc. Signs Distribution Agreement with Digi-Key

Bala Cynwyd, PA (PRWEB) February 4, 2005

Micro Oscillator, Inc. (MOI), an innovative provider of all-silicon CMOS-based clock oscillators, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Digi-Key Corporation, one of the top distributors worldwide.

“Now engineers around the world can obtain our innovative clock oscillators in no time,” said Fred Mirow, President, MOI. “Once designers have used our clock oscillators, they never want to switch back to using ceramic resonators.”

Initially Digi-Key will be stocking and supplying the MOI-2000 clock oscillator. The MOI-2000 is an all-silicon, CMOS-based clock oscillator that can operate at 0.5% total frequency accuracy over the temperature and voltage range without using ceramic resonators, quartz crystals or other external components for frequency determination.

Digi-Key will add other MOI products to its lineup as they become available, including the MOI-32, a 32kHz crystal replacement.

About Micro Oscillator, Inc.

Micro Oscillator, Inc. (MOI) is revolutionizing the way that microcontrollers are clocked with its all-silicon CMOS-based clock oscillators. The Micro Oscillator™ is a CMOS integrated circuit using MOI’s patented temperature and voltage compensation technology. The Micro Oscillator can achieve precise frequency accuracy over the temperature and voltage range without using ceramic resonators, quartz crystals or other external components for frequency determination. For more information, please visit http://www.micro-oscillator.com.

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