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Crane Aerospace and Cochlear Sign Contract

January 18, 2011
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Crane Aerospace & Electronics, Crane Electronics Inc., Microelectronics Solutions, a segment of Crane Co., signed another five-year contract with Cochlear Ltd.

Faina Zaslavsky, Director, Microelectronics Solutions, said, “We are proud of our long standing relationship with Cochlear that started over 15 years ago. This relationship has spanned several product evolutions and has been proven very successful partnering in bringing new products to the world market. Our customer relationships are built upon excellent service with a focus on product design, program management and engineering support. Our experienced engineering staff implements the latest technologies to miniaturize designs without sacrificing reliability.”

Microelectronics Solutions has been a supplier of microelectronics for implantable medical devices for over 25 years and provides advanced miniaturization, design, co-development, validation and manufacture of hi-reliability microelectronic circuits from inception through product life cycle. The company's manufacturing facility in Redmond, WA, features a full complement of sophisticated automation for production of high reliability microelectronic assemblies in compliance with MIL-PRF-38534 Class H and K; ISO 9001; AS 9100. Its capabilities include thick film ceramic circuit design and manufacture, chip & wire, die stacking, chip scale packaging (CSP), gold stud bumping and mixed technology assembly (SMT components mixed with bare dice on ceramic, green boards or flex).


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