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SupplyFrame launches tool to find electronic components via Twitter

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Pasadena, Calif.—SupplyFrame Media, a media and marketing company serving the electronics industry, announced the introduction of Datasheeter, a service for technical professionals that allows for quick retrieval of information on electronic components using Twitter.

With Datasheeter, Twitter users can view component specifications through any Twitter application or Web site. “Datasheeter allows people to pull technical specs on products in a couple of seconds using their Twitter client. Compared to hunting with browsers and Google, using Twitter can get the job done faster,” Jeff Curie, VP-marketing at SupplyFrame, said in a statement.

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