Microsemi Awarded $12 Million Contract with Major DOD Weapons Supplier

ALISO VIEJO, CA -- Microsemi Corporation was awarded a $12 million contract from a major U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) supplier to manufacture key receiver subsystems for smart munitions.

"This contract validates Microsemi's continuing long-term commitment to providing our customer with highly secure, rugged and cost-effective manufacturing of secure, navigation and timing solutions for the most demanding applications," said Charlie Leader, vice president and general manager for Microsemi's Power and Microelectronics Group. "Microsemi's broad technology portfolio and gun hardening microelectronics capabilities differentiates our offering from a competitive field of the industry's leading manufacturers."

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