Skyworks Achieves AS9100D Certification


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Skyworks Solutions, Inc., an innovator of high-performance analog semiconductors connecting people, places and things, recently announced that its Milpitas, Calif. facility has achieved AS9100D certification. Through its defense and space business (formerly known as Isolink), Skyworks is a leading global supplier of high performance, high-quality radiation-tolerant components for aerospace, defense, medical, extreme industrial and high-reliability markets and applications.

AS9100D certification is an industry-recognized, international aerospace quality management system standard, which provides manufacturing suppliers such as Skyworks with a comprehensive quality system for providing safe and reliable products.

This certification allows leading global manufacturers in the aerospace and defense industries to partner with Skyworks with full confidence in the Company’s ability to meet and exceed the increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace, defense and military medical applications. The scope of the Company’s registration spans the design, manufacture and testing of Skyworks’ high reliability optoelectronic and RF components.

“Achieving AS9100D certification is a competitive advantage, as well as a significant milestone that validates our commitment to delivering high performance, high-reliability precision-engineered solutions for the aerospace and defense industry,” said Dave Stasey, vice president and general manager of diversified analog solutions for Skyworks. “With this certification, Skyworks once again demonstrates our dedication to exceeding our customers’ compliance requirements regarding performance, quality and reliability following a rigorous audit process.”

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