Lansdale in the News
DSCC Lists Lansdale IC's on Web(10/23/1997)
by John Redding
Phoenix, Arizona - Defense Supply Center, Columbus (DSCC-VQC) Branch Chief, Michael Adams, recently announced a new Qualified Manufacturing Listing (QML of 698 Joint Army Navy (JAN) and Standard Microcircuit Drawing (SMD) integrated circuits (IC's) on the Internet from Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc., Tempe Ariz. All of Lansdale's phase one, QML approved, IC products are now listed by DSCC on the World Wide Web. The Web site address is http://www.dscc.dla.mil/, under MIL-PRF-38535.
The military procurement agency's online listing is the result of the aftermarket semiconductor company's submission of and approval by DSCC of a Certificate of Conformance (CofC) for Class B/Q qualified products. Included in the product listing are numerous IC's that were zero sourced prior to Lansdale's certification. ECL-10K, 5400, 54H, 54S, 54LS in all package types are included in the new listing. Lansdale remains the only DMS fab approved for both MIL-PRF-38535 and ISO 9002.
Upon completion of phase two, Lansdale will list over 1,000 JAN/SMD products where qualified military die is available at the company's Class 100 wafer fabrication (fab) facility in Tempe. Lansdale is also a contract manufacturer with the capability of producing IC's where die is commercially available, and providing custom fabrication, packaging and testing to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications.
Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the commercial, military and telecommunications aftermarket semiconductor manufacturing industry market. The company is licensed to manufacture thousands of OEM discontinued, but critical application IC products that were originally designed and previously produced by Intel, Motorola, Philips/Signetics, Raytheon, Texas Instruments, Western Digital, and others.