|By Business Wire||
|July 14, 2014 08:50 PM EDT||
Silicon Turnkey Solutions (STS) has been recognized by BAE Systems, Inc. as a 2014 Outstanding Supplier for consistently demonstrating outstanding achievements in support of the Space-qualified "RAD Hard SRAM Memory Module” and Advanced ASIC Products.
STS was honored with the award on June 10, 2014, at the BAE Systems Manassas, Virginia facility. The award was presented to Zef Malik, President & CEO and Madho Dhouni, V.P. of STS by Mr. Robert Brown, Senior Program Manager, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Solutions at BAE Systems.
While talking about the quality and performance standards for its suppliers at BAE Systems, Mr. Brown stated “STS delivered record performance in the package design, initial design validation, assembly, test and qualification of the BAE Systems SRAM device in a multi-chip module. The flight modules were delivered successfully on time for the critical DOD Satellite program.”
He further added “STS has proven itself as a superior services provider by their timely deliveries and consistently high quality, which supported BAE Systems in achieving mission critical objectives.”
“It is our commitment to excellence and teamwork that has awarded us this recognition. We are extremely honored and privileged to have received this award,” said Zef Malik. He further commented, “STS is a collaborative partner that focuses on Customer Success and Open Collaboration with the customer, and this served as the basis for the first pass success on this program.”
Silicon Turnkey Solutions (STS) is a privately owned USA based company; headquartered at 801 Buckeye Court, Milpitas, CA. 95035. STS is an industry recognized collaborative partner that integrates design, engineering, manufacturing, test, and qualification processes with operational expertise to provide leading edge technology and services that enable our semiconductor customers to meet demanding time-to-market pressure, cost, and technical challenges in today’s consumer, military, aerospace and green markets. Additional information can be found at www.sts-usa.com.
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