Leading electronic components distributor in Asia Pacific, element14 Pty Ltd will showcase the ground-breaking Raspberry Pi at Electronica China 2012 being held in Shanghai from 20 March to 22 March.
Tim Wang, Regional Director, element14 Greater China views the Electronica China exhibition as the ideal platform to highlight their latest high performance solutions and market-leading service propositions.
Since the announcement of element14's global distribution agreement on Raspberry Pi, there has been a continuous flow of discussions focusing on the new range of credit card sized computers.
In addition to a 30-fold increase in traffic, element14's Community has seen over 30,000 downloads of Raspberry Pi’s operating system software with the mini-computer increasingly sought after for its highly customisable characteristics and potential to unlock innovative programmes.
element14 will also be demonstrating The Knode at the exhibition to address the stringent electronics design requirements that engineers face today. Created for engineers by engineers, The Knode is an intelligent online search and knowledge tool that helps select the right solutions for each design, facilitating shorter time-to-market and the evolution of electronics designs.
element14 is also showcasing version 6 of the easy-to-use EAGLE PCB software for professional board design from Cadsoft. Updated for use in the Chinese market, the Chinese version of EAGLE will automatically install Mandarin versions of the manual on computers, allowing Chinese engineers to enjoy the highly advanced PCB design tool.
Visitors to the element14 booth at 3208 Hall W3 at Electronica China 2012 can enjoy a variety of deals and browse a wide selection of leading electronics solutions for electronic system design, maintenance and repair.