Distrelec collaborates with Kemet for second instalment of the Distrelec Webinar Series

April 24, 2019 | 15:05
Distrelec collaborates with Kemet for second instalment of the Distrelec Webinar Series
Distrelec collaborates with Kemet for second instalment of the Distrelec Webinar Series
Distrelec, leading European distributor of electronics, automation and measurement technology will launch the second instalment of ‘The Distrelec Webinar Series’ in association with leading manufacturer of capacitor, sensor and magnetics solutions, KEMET Electronics. Covering the transition to the highly anticipated 5G network, the free webinar will take place on Tuesday 30th April, at 15:00 CET.
 
Steve Herd, Head of Customer Proposition and Product Management at Distrelec, has stated; “Through collaboration with KEMET, we at Distrelec can deliver a unique insight into the complexities behind the integration of the new 5G broadband service. This instalment of ‘The Distrelec Webinar Series’ will provide engineers and technicians with a comprehensive understanding of the technology, the challenges associated with the transition phase, and the associated product solutions KEMET offers.”
 
Driven by the capabilities of new technologies and the impact they have across a range of vastly different industries, Nick Stephen, Technical Marketing Engineer at KEMET, will identify opportunities for technicians and engineers from different fields to experiment with the new 5G broadband service.
 
Commenting on KEMET’s involvement with ‘The Distrelec Webinar Series,’ Stephen has stated; “The 5G network promises high speeds, minimal to no lag and the ability to transfer large amounts of information across all of our devices. In an era where digitalisation and interactive technology is pivotal across all industries and functionalities, this technology is set to revolutionise the way we look at data and connectivity.” 
 
Registration is now live, follow the link for further details: http://bit.ly/DistrelecWebinar5G
 
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