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9 November 2007


StratEdge expands to new HQ

StratEdge of San Diego, CA, USA has moved its headquarters to new facilities, still in San Diego, CA, USA, that enable it to increase capabilities and space for package design, manufacturing, assembly and test services, and to streamline these processes to maximize quality and efficiency.

The new 12,268 square foot facility includes a Class 100 manufacturing area for precision bare die assembly. Besides corporate offices, the plant will house design, manufacturing, assembly, and test for StratEdge’s high-performance packages, which operate at frequencies from DC to over 50GHz. The main manufacturing lines are thick-film printing, furnace operations, plating, and microelectronics assembly (including component attachment, wire bonding, and electrical test).

“We were able to design and build our new offices to our own specifications for optimal manufacturing and traffic flow, improved efficiency, and to increase space for our assembly and packaging services, which have grown considerably over the past year,” says president and CEO Tim Going. “We are also putting many green practices into effect, such as our closed-loop water purification system.”

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