“Alliance Memory has been exceptional in their customer service and in delivering product when and where we needed it” says Del Peck, Jr., ZYPEX President and Founder.
ZYPEX counts a number of high-profile technology companies among its customers, many of whom have come to ZYPEX with problems they have been unable to solve in-house, and usually with no time left to solve them. Part of the company’s success has been based on understanding all aspects of the design cycle, including a product’s eventual manufacturability. The company is also known for designing products that last. Rugged industrial products designed by ZYPEX, Inc. have been in operation for over 20 years, and are still in use today. The need to respond quickly to customer demands with bullet-proof solutions means ZYPEX needs component suppliers that are as responsive as they are—and equally dedicated to delivering the highest quality product.
From the Customer
“Alliance Memory is known as a supplier of legacy memory ICs but in our case they’re supplying low-power SRAMs for new designs,” says Del Peck, Jr., ZYPEX President and Founder. “Why did we choose Alliance Memory? One reason is because we’re designing hardware for reliable, long-life operation using proven components, and that’s what Alliance Memory delivers. Yes, there is more than one choice of low-power SRAM supplier, but Alliance Memory has been exceptional in their customer service and in delivering product when and where we needed it. Not only are we very satisfied, so are our customers who have continued to source low-power SRAMs from Alliance Memory as specified in our designs.”
ZYPEX has been offering its customers custom-built products for industrial monitoring and control, with capabilities including conceptual design, design specifications, custom application software, ultra-dense layouts and packaging, RF layout, documentation, testing, and manufacturing. For going on 20 years, the company’s industrial product designs include process control equipment, electrical substation monitoring and control systems, power monitoring systems, leased-line and dial-up modems, and industrial local-area-networks.