Integrated Performance Systems, Inc. announces expanded and improved PCB design and manufacturing capabilities
Aug 17, 2006
Integrated Performance Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IPFS) announces it has expanded and improved its PCB layout and design services. The Company specializes in serving the Telecom, Commercial, Industrial, Auto, Military and Bio-Medical business sectors.
Tom Holder, director of Lone Star Circuits Value Add Group, said, "We are proud of the PCB design staff we have assembled. Our designers average 20 plus years of PCB experience and our product experience ranges from high- speed telecommunications boards through single die substrates and modules.
"Our design staff supports multiple PCB design platforms including Mentor and Cadence. We use a five step compliant development methodology which allows customers to review milestones after each critical point in the design. Because our PCB Layout Design Department is fully integrated with our manufacturing facility, we are able to take advantage of Lone Star's extensive manufacturing expertise and seamless design transfers to shorten design-to-manufacture cycles. It all adds up to better products and more satisfied customers."
Brent Nolan, vice president and chief operating officer of Integrated, said, "This improved and enhanced service offering is further evidence of our commitment to providing our customers with a unique suite of supply chain services and solutions. It contributes to Integrated Performance Systems' ability to bring tangible benefits to our customers resulting in increased productivity, greater profitability and growing shareholder value."