N. ANDOVER, MA -- February 12, 2009 -- L-com Global Connectivity Inc. has announced that its Wireless Manufacturing and Fulfillment Facility in Boca Raton Florida has just been ISO 9001-2008 certified. This location houses engineering, sales and manufacturing for L-com’s HyperLink brand wireless products.
“By attaining this level of ISO certification we can assure our customers that they will always receive the highest quality products from L-com,” said Ed Caselden L-com President and CEO.
L-com operates several facilities in the US as well as China all of which are now ISO certified.
The ISO 9001 standard is revised by the International Organization for Standardization ("ISO") every seven years or so. ISO upgraded to its most recent revision, 2008, on November 14th, 2008. The old standard, ISO 9001:2000 is still valid up to November 13th, 2010. However, L-com has taken the initiative to bring its quality standards up as early as possible.
For more information about this release, please contact:
Matthew Audas, Quality Supervisor/ISO Representative
978-682-6936 x7128, maudas@HyperLinkTech.com
L-com, a global leader in the manufacture of wired and wireless connectivity products, offers a wide range of solutions and unmatched customer service for the electronics and data communications industries. The company’s product portfolio includes cable assemblies, connectors, adapters, computer networking components, and custom products, as well as their Hyperlink line of wireless products which include Antennas, RF Amplifiers, Coaxial lightning and surge protectors, and NEMA rated enclosures. L-com’s HyperLink wireless products are designed for WiFi, WiMAX, SCADA, 802.11a/b/g/n, RFID and Bluetooth applications. Trusted for over 25 years, L-com, which is headquartered in North Andover, MA, is ISO 9001: 2000 certified and many of its products are UL® recognized. www.l-com.com
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