Fairchild Honored with Six Consecutive “A” Marks by Huawei for Superior Performance and Service

SAN JOSE, CA – Fairchild Semiconductor announces that for the sixth consecutive quarter, Fairchild has received an “A” from Huawei, a global information and communication technology (ICT) solution provider. Fairchild was evaluated from Q4 2012 to Q1 2014, receiving six “A” marks in Huawei’s Supplier Quarterly Quality Performance Score Card.

Huawei’s Score Card aims to recognize the excellence of products and services from its partners. Fairchild’s products were selected based on overall performance, engineering support and reliability. Fairchild also received the 2013 Technical Support Award from Huawei, which places Fairchild in the top five percent of Huawei’s suppliers.

“At Fairchild, we are committed to delivering the unique combination of design expertise and manufacturing experience to our customers, allowing them to power amazing products,” said Vijay Ullal, President and Chief Operating Officer at Fairchild. “Fairchild is honored to receive this prestigous acknowledgement from Huawei for the sixth consecutive quarter, as a confirmation of our ability to deliver superior value to our customers.”

“For six consecutive quarters, Fairchild has provided Huawei with consistently high performance and strong engineering support, enabling Huawei to develop flexible and versatile designs for greater market success,” noted Yin Xianwen, Vice President of the Procurement Qualification Management Department at Huawei. “The team’s quick response and excellent supply-chain management has helped facilitate our operational efficiency. We look forward to continued support and collaboration with Fairchild.”

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