Cypress Earns IATF 16949 Certification for Automotive Quality

October 4, 2018 Laura Dolan

Cypress Semiconductor Corp. attained the latest IATF16949:2016 and ISO9001:2015 certifications for automotive quality, ensuring components function at the most reliable level, imperative for fail-safe operation of automotive systems. IATF16949:2016 and ISO9001:2015 certifications are valid through September 2021.    

Cypress develops innovative automotive systems including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), 3-D graphics displays, wireless connectivity, full-featured touchscreens and superior body electronics for the world's most successful automotive companies.

The company’s automotive portfolio includes Traveo and PSoC microcontrollers (MCUs), CapSense capacitive-sensing solutions, TrueTouch touchscreen solutions, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity solutions, power-management ICs (PMICs), and NOR flash, F-RAM and SRAM memories. Its portfolio is further strengthened by its commitment to zero defects, excellent service and complies with the strictest automotive industry standards.  

“Cypress partners with our automotive customers to help them create differentiated systems for vehicles, but always with a focus on providing the quality and reliability these systems require for fail-safe operation,” said Sabbas Daniel, Executive Vice President of Quality and Engineering. “The certification of our manufacturing sites and supporting business processes to the latest IATF 16949 automotive quality standards continues Cypress’ commitment to zero-defect quality and to the automotive market.”

For more information on Cypress’ certifications, visit http://www.cypress.com/support/quality-reliability.

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