MegaPhase strives to lead in the design, development and manufacture of the most advanced high frequency interconnect technologies. MegaPhase products test, connect and enable electronic systems including broadband data, instrumentation, communications, spacecraft, semiconductor, and defense industries.
The key to success at MegaPhase is customer satisfaction. We translate our interconnect technologies into value for our customers by delivering consistent first-rate performance, fast deliveries, great service and equitable prices. As a direct result, MegaPhase customers achieve their interconnect goals both technically and financially, and therefore maintain a competitive edge. MegaPhase also stands by its products after-the-sale with unparalleled service and support.
MegaPhase Products are designed to conform to the highest quality standard for consistency, reliability and performance. New ideas and innovations will keep our competitive edge in the long run. The MegaPhase Team approach to research & development is simple and driven by our markets - making efforts to anticipate customer needs, improve quality and reduce costs. Listening to our customers allows MegaPhase to deliver the best products and technologies, to respond rapidly and to build relationships.
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