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Intel names preferred quality supplier award winners for 2010
Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Wednesday 20 April 2011]

Intel has announced 16 recipients of the Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award, which is part of a company program that encourages suppliers to strive for excellence and continuous improvement.

In addition to the PQS award, Intel celebrates extraordinary supplier accomplishments with the new Achievement Award. This award recognizes supplier achievements across the areas of cost, quality, availability, technology, sustainability and customer satisfaction.

"Intel is delighted to recognize our Preferred Quality Suppliers and their exceptional performance over the past year," said Robert Bruck, vice president of Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Group and general manager of Technology Manufacturing Engineering. "These suppliers have distinguished themselves as market leaders and have made a substantial contribution to Intel's technology, affordability and sustainability leadership."

Intel: Preferred quality supplier and achievement awards, 2010

Company

Item

PQS winners

Applied Materials

Semiconductor manufacturing equipment and support services

ASML

Semiconductor lithography equipment

Cabot Microelectronics

CMP slurries

Daewon Semiconductor Packaging Industrial Co.

Handling media

Daifuku

Fab automated material handling systems

Dai Nippon Printing

Advanced photomasks

Fujifilm Electric Materials

Advanced chemistry and equipment for semiconductor device manufacturing

Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co.

Chemicals for semiconductor device manufacturing

Moses Lake Industries (Tama Chemicals)

Specialized ultra-high purity chemicals

Murata Manufacturing

Multilayer ceramic capacitors, inductors and electromagnetic interference components

Nikon

Lithography scanners and steppers

Rofin-Baasel

Laser mark equipment

Siltronic

Polished and epitaxial silicon wafers

STATS ChipPAC

Full turnkey packaging and test services

Taiyo Yuden

Multilayer ceramic capacitors, inductors and electromagnetic interference components

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company

Foundry services

Achievement award winners

Advantest

Test equipment

Gemtek Technology

wireless products

Grohmann Engineering

Assembly equipment

Hirata

Automation equipment

Source: Intel, compiled by Digitimes, April 2011

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