Aeroflex Incorporated is a multi-faceted high technology
company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets a diverse
range of microelectronic and test and measurement products. Aeroflex's
products are in worldwide use, supporting communication systems,
networks and automatic test systems.
Aeroflex's highly respected achievements in enabling broadband
and wireless communications are based on a broad range of patented and
proprietary technologies. Aeroflex balance the quest for new and
exciting innovation against the need to offer products that can be
supported by high-rate manufacturing and are of the highest quality and
reliability. This company therefore aggressively pursue those
technologies that not only provide superior product performance, but
also have reached a level of maturity that ensures efficient
manufacturability and good value for their customers.
Much of Aeroflex's success in the semiconductor market is
attributed to its space qualified and radiation hardened products used
in satellite communications. Aeroflex's cost efficient process for
producing semiconductors capable of operating in the harsh environment
of space has clearly demonstrated its merits and has a history of
proven accomplishments. In an industry that must use trustworthy
processes and vendors, Aeroflex believe that we are in the enviable
position of having built an unimpeachable reputation for quality and
reliability while having the requisite heritage of space experience.
Aeroflex Incorporated is a global provider of high technology
solutions to the aerospace, defense cellular and broadband
communications markets. The company's diverse technologies allow it to
design, develop, manufacture and market a broad range of test,
measurement and microelectronic products. Aeroflex Incorporated,
founded in 1937, is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange
under the symbol ARX and has 2,950 employees worldwide.
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