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Avnet programming center receives ISO certification

Posted: 15 Apr 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:component programming? PAL? GAL? FPGA? MACH memory?

Avnet Global Services' programming center in Singapore has received an ISO 9001:2000 certification after 14 months in operation.

Avnet opened an Asian programming center in Singapore in January 2001 to provide chip and other component programming services to manufacturers throughout Southeast Asia and greater China. The facility has the capacity to program about 300,000 components a month. The center's services include programming of PAL, GAL, FPGA, MACH memory, SMT, flash, microprocessor and Flash cards with the ability to support all package types, from PLCC/DIP to QFP/SOIC/TSOP, including BGA and 5BGA.

"This center houses some of the most technologically advanced equipment available in the world today," said Rob Hagen of Avnet. "Through a flexible combination of equipment options, the center is able to service our customers' programmable memory device requirements. Not only can we program the part, we can laser mark, tape-and reel and dry pack it in one integral quality controlled process," Hagen added.

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