Honeywell receives QML for new 1-megabit SRAMs

Officials at the Honeywell Solid State Electronics Center in Plymouth, Minn., received approval for the Defense Department`s Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) Q for their 6-inch wafer fab of 1-megabit static random access memory (SRAM) chips. Honeywell officials say their QML status, which reflects adherence to MIL-PRF-38535, will help them supply cost-effective space-qualified solid-state memory. MIL-PRF-38535 is a standard that the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) administers. DSCC previ

Jul 1st, 1999

Officials at the Honeywell Solid State Electronics Center in Plymouth, Minn., received approval for the Defense Department`s Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) Q for their 6-inch wafer fab of 1-megabit static random access memory (SRAM) chips. Honeywell officials say their QML status, which reflects adherence to MIL-PRF-38535, will help them supply cost-effective space-qualified solid-state memory. MIL-PRF-38535 is a standard that the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) administers. DSCC previously granted QML status to the Honeywell 1-megabit SRAM line for 4-inch wafers. Honeywell`s Solid State Electronics Center develops custom and semi-custom high-speed, high-performance microcircuits and sensors for military, space, and commercial applications. For more information, contact the center by phone at 800-323-8295, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.ssec.honeywell. com/. — J.K.

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