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Maxtek - Tektronix Component Solutions  Profile

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Maxtek - Tektronix Component Solutions  Company Overview

Originally founded in 1970 as the Hybrid Components Organization (HCO) within Tektronix, the group was chartered to supply high-performance components for Tektronix high-speed test equipment. In 1994, the organization was spun out as a joint venture between Maxim and Tektronix. Re-named Maxtek, the company began to apply its expertise in the design, assembly and test of demanding microelectronics for customers in a variety of industries. Re-acquired by Tektronix in 2000, Maxtek continues to provide a complete range of custom microelectronic assembly and test services to customers requiring high-performance components for demanding applications. In October, 2010, Maxtek formally changed its name to Tektronix Component Solutions.

Maxtek - Tektronix Component Solutions  Products

The types of products manufactured by Maxtek - Tektronix Component Solutions include full-service custom microelectronics packaging & test services.

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