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Six in a Row: Raytheon Honors Lansdale
Lansdale Semiconductor received the Supplier Excellence award from Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems for the sixth consecutive year. (Courtesy of Lansdale Semiconductor)

Six in a Row: Raytheon Honors Lansdale

Lansdale Semiconductor received the Supplier Excellence award from Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems for the sixth consecutive year.

For the sixth consecutive year, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems awarded its Supplier Excellence award to Lansdale Semiconductor for its high-performance, high-reliability semiconductor products targeting defense and aerospace applications. Lansdale, located in Phoenix, Ariz., is a leading supplier of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits (ICs) for defense/military, commercial, aerospace, and RF/IF telecom applications. The company is especially well-known for supporting many aftermarket devices no longer in production, but are still vital components in defense and commercial electronic systems.

Recipients of Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems’ Supplier Excellence award must exceed the most demanding requirements for continuous on-time delivery and the highest overall product quality. The five-star version of the award is the highest possible level and has been bestowed on Lansdale Semiconductor for its outstanding service and product quality. Lansdale was one of only 16 companies selected for the five-star award.

Lansdale manufactures parts originally produced by suppliers such as Fairchild, Freescale (originally Motorola Semiconductor), Harris, Phillips, and Intel. The firm is certified and approved by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Supply Center, Columbus (DSCC) and a qualified manufacturer (QM) under the MIL-PRF-38535 Qualified Manufacturing List (QML). Lansdale is also an ISO9001/2008-qualified supplier to the defense/military, aerospace, commercial, industrial, and telecommunications industries.

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