“It was becoming difficult to find a reliable supplier for these legacy SRAMs, so we were very pleased to have found Alliance Memory,” says Ivano Bertanza, purchasing manager at Dinema.
Dinema formerly sourced its memory components from suppliers in Japan, then in Korea, then in the United States. But eventually each of its suppliers end-of-lifed the low-power SRAMs that are critical for the circuits it builds for textile machines. Then two years ago, Dinema found Alliance Memory. Since then, Dimena has been purchasing several different low-power SRAMs from Alliance Memory in 256k, 1M, and 8M densities.
From the Customer
“One of our major customers is our owner, the Lonati Group, which manufactures automated knitting machines that are used all over the world and particularly in China,” says Ivano Bertanza, purchasing manager at Dinema.
“For ore than 20 years, we’ve been supplying circuit boards, including SRAMs, for this application, and it’s critical that we have a reliable source for these components. That is one reason we are very pleased to have found Alliance Memory just as it was becoming difficult to find a reliable supplier for these legacy SRAMs. Ever since, we’ve had excellent customer service support, quality, and responsiveness. I would be happy to recommend Alliance to any customer that requires these older SRAMs.”
About Dinema Electronics
Dinema Electronics was founded in 1971 to supply electronic solutions to the textile industry. In 1985, it joined the Lonati Group, which has been manufacturing knitting machines for the textile industry since 1946. Since 1990, Dinema has been addressing a broader market outside the Lonati Group with solutions for medical, automotive, industrial, IT, and consumer applications. The company employs 160 persons and had revenues of about $70 million in 2010.