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ABLIC

ABLIC Inc. gehört zu den führenden Herstellern elektronischer Bauteile. Seit 1983 werden High-Tech Produkte im Bereich Telekommunikation, Zahlungsapplikationen und Industriellen Anwendungen entwickelt. Unsere Kunden, die selbst zu den Führenden Ihrer Branche gehören, schätzen unseren hohen Perfomance-Level.

„Vertrauen ist die Überzeugung von der Richtigkeit, Wahrheit und Redlichkeit der Handlungen und Aussagen eines Anderen oder von sich selbst. Vertrauen ist die Basis unseres Handelns. Diese Grundeinstellung unseres Unternehmens hat lange Tradition. 1923, bei einem verheerenden Erdbeben in Tokio wurden alle Uhren, die zur Wartung oder Reparatur bei Seiko lagerten, zerstört. Aufgrund des gegenseitigen Vertrauens ersetzte der Firmengründer Kintaro Hattori alle zerstörten Uhren, auch wenn kein Nachweis mehr erbracht werden konnte und setze damit auf bedingungsloses Vertrauen in seine Kunden. Genauso wie auch die Kunden zuvor ihre Uhren vertrauensvoll in seine Hände übergeben hatten.“

Analog Devices

Analog Devices, inc. defined innovation and excellence in signal processing. Integrated circuits (ICs) used to process analogue, mixed and digital signals (DSP) of ADI play a fundamental role in many processes. For example, in converting, preparing and processing of real phenomena such as light, sound and temperature. ADI components are often installed in many electronic devices used to convert movement and pressure to electrical signals. That results in the sharpest image, the clearest sound and optimum interface, size and performance in thousands of industrial, automotive, medical, communications and other applications.

Honeywell Sensing & IoT

With more than 50,000 products ranging from toggle and pressure switches to position, speed and airflow sensors, Honeywell has products to meet any industry's requirements and any company's needs.But an impressive product line is only one part. Honeywell brings to bear engineering expertise and value-added capabilities no other company offers. While its switch and sensor solutions meet a wide array of basic and complex applications, its custom-engineered solutions offer enhanced precision, repeatability and ruggedness for each industry of its expertise: Aerospace and Defense, Industrial, Medical, Oil and Gas, Test and Measurement, Transportation Honeywell is the one-stop, full-service, globally-competitive answer. That's why Honeywell is unparalleled as the gold standard and unquestioned as the best value.

Microchip

Microchip Technology Inc. provides the world's leading microcontroller, memory, RF and serial analogue products that guarantee reliable product developments, lower overall system costs and a shorter time-to-market for products. Microchip's product line provides the ideal solution for your embedded design requirements. In addition to tailor-made products to support your cost effective design Microchip offers everything from XLP PIC MCUs with low performance loss, extraordinarily innovative analogue and serial memory products through to high-performance 8 bit, 16 bit and now 32 bit PIC-MCUs. Microchip Technology Inc. was founded as a semiconductor manufacturing company in 1989 after being spun off by the General Instrument group. The first PICmicros, PIC16C54 originate from this time. Microchip shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange NASDAQ under MCHP. Its own semiconductor factories produce almost 100% of all semiconductors in Tempe, Arizona (USA) and Gresham, Oregon (USA).

Seiko Instruments

Seiko Instruments is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic components. It has been developing high-tech products for telecommunications, payment applications and industrial applications since 1983. Our customers, who are themselves among the leading companies in their sector, value our high level of performance.

"Trust is the belief that the deeds and words of another person or those of yourself are appropriate, true and honest." Trust is the cornerstone of our business. This basic attitude has a long tradition in our company. All of the watches on Seiko's premises for maintenance or repair were destroyed in the earthquake that devastated Tokyo in 1923. Due to the mutual trust that existed between Seiko and its customers, the company founder, Kintaro Hattori, replaced all of the destroyed watches, even if the customers could not produce a receipt. In doing so, he placed his unconditional trust in his customers, just as the customers had previously entrusted their watches into his hands."