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BAE Systems Recognizes Custom MMIC as a 2018 "Partner 2 Win" Gold Supplier - RF CafeThursday, April 11, 2019 - Chelmsford, MA - We're honored to be the only semiconductor supplier to receive BAE Systems' distinguished GOLD Supplier award for 2018. As part of their "Partner 2 Win" Supplier Program BAE Systems conducts a comprehensive annual review of all their key suppliers and brings the top performing suppliers together for an evening of appreciation and to acknowledge their outstanding support over the previous year.

Dave Folding, VP of Operations, and Erik Sauve, Director of Quality, attended the Partner 2 Win Supplier Symposium ceremony held on April 2, 2019 and accepted the award on behalf of the Custom MMIC team.

"We are both honored and proud to have been selected to receive this prestigious award from BAE Systems. This customer acknowledgement reaffirms Custom MMICs commitment to providing the best products and services possible to our valued customers and partners now and for the future," said Dave Folding.

Since 2006 Custom MMIC has been recognized as a top-tier quality supplier of the best high-performance RF and Microwave MMIC products earning us numerous industry and top supplier excellence awards like the GOLD Supplier award from BAE. We continue to exceed our customers' expectations and strive to challenge the boundaries of RF and Microwave engineering design.


About Custom MMIC

From next-generation long range military radar systems, to advanced aerospace and satellite communications, microwave signal chains are being pushed to new limits - and no one understands this more than Custom MMIC. Founded in 2006 as a fabless RF and microwave MMIC designer, we've been entrusted by government and defense industry OEMs with their biggest microwave circuit challenges.

Today, we are a complete ISO-certified designer and supplier of the best MMICs in their class. We offer a rapidly growing family (now over 160 die and packaged devices!) of standardized high performance MMICs, while still offering custom design and delivery of unique solutions. We have longstanding relationships with world-class MMIC foundries, and offer the highest reliability, including military and space qualification.



Custom MMIC
Joseph Dussi
300 Apollo Drive
Chelmsford, MA  01824  USA
Phone:  978-467-4290
Website:  www.custommmic.com
E-Mail:  jdussi@custommmic.com



Posted April 12, 2019

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