TriAccess Teams With TriQuint For Semi Supply

June 26, 2008
Radio-frequency-integrated-circuit (RFIC) supplier TriAccess Technologies has announced a supply agreement with TriQuint Semiconductor's Commercial Foundry Business Unit for the manufacture of TriAccess products using TriQuint's 6-in. GaAs foundry ...

Radio-frequency-integrated-circuit (RFIC) supplier TriAccess Technologies has announced a supply agreement with TriQuint Semiconductor's Commercial Foundry Business Unit for the manufacture of TriAccess products using TriQuint's 6-in. GaAs foundry process. Through this agreement, TriAccess can support large-volume delivers in a launch window of four to six weeks while maintaining outstanding performance, reliability, and quality.

As Chris Day, president and chief technology officer (CTO) of TriAccess Technologies, notes: "With TriQuint we have in place a solid supply chain system that can deliver our complete portfolio of products with industry-leading part-to-art consistency and unconditional stability." TriAccess is a leading supplier of RFICs for 75-ohm cable-television (CATV), fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), and other commercial applications.

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