Summit Santa Clara Completes IPC-1791 Certification


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Summit Interconnect is proud to announce that its Santa Clara division successfully completed certification for IPC-1791, meeting stringent requirements for the electronics industry’s most comprehensive system for supply chain security. This coveted designation earns Summit- Santa Clara a spot on IPC’s Qualified Manufacturer’s List (QML) as a trusted electronic fabricator for markets requiring a high level of data security and assurance of manufacturing integrity.

Summit-Santa Clara demonstrated compliance to stringent requirements regarding quality, consistency, product and process integrity, supply chain risk management (SCRM), and security and chain of custody (ChoC). This accomplishment is the first step of a larger initiative for all Summit facilities to gain IPC 1791 certification and be also be audit-ready for CMMC Level 3 (cybersecurity maturity model certification) by year-end.

“This is a significant accomplishment for our Santa Clara division and is part of the overall investment and commitment our company has made to be a trusted partner in the electronics supply chain,” said Shane Whiteside, President and CEO of Summit Interconnect.

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