“Alliance Memory passed all the tests we use to qualify a supplier’s reliability,” says Tomasz Kaminski, Vice Director of Purchasing at Satel.
At Satel, quality is paramount. Every product must meet a vast number of requirements, from design through prototyping and production, as well as undergoing comprehensive testing. Many of Satel’s 200 products use legacy memory ICs. Given the company’s focus on quality, and the safety-critical nature of the applications it addresses, Satel sources components only from reliable and approved suppliers. Availability of the appropriate memory ICs not only impacts quality, but also the Satel’s ability to hold the line on costs. Since 2009, Alliance Memory has been among the component manufacturers that Satel depends on, supplying the company with low-power SRAM ICs with densities of 64k, 256k, 1M, and 4M.
From the Customer
“Alliance Memory passed all the tests we use to qualify a supplier’s reliability,” says Tomasz Kaminski, Vice Director of Purchasing at Satel. “They have supported us on all levels, including on-time delivery, friendly customer service, and meeting our price targets. This is a partnership that benefits both companies, and we look forward to continuing to work with Alliance Memory.”
Satel was founded in 1990 to design and product electronic alarm system devices, including control panels, sirens, detectors, monitoring stations, wireless systems, radio controllers, power supplies and related accessories. Satel has 250 employees, with revenues $28 million in 2010. Satel products are sold worldwide through a network of independent distributors.