Milpitas, CA (July 14, 2015) — Golden Altos employees celebrated the New Horizons flyby of Pluto as the news from NASA indicated a successful mission. Golden Altos assembled space level devices for Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory which became part of the New Horizons spacecraft.
After it’s nine and a half year journey to Pluto, the New Horizons spacecraft delivered the best photos yet of our distant orbital neighbor. While it will take over a year to receive all the photos, the Golden Altos team is extremely proud to be part of this historic mission.
Ben Mendoza, Vice President and General Manager, declared, “This achievement validates Golden Altos’s commitment and level of quality to the aerospace community. We are proud of our people and NASA’s commitment to space exploration.”
About Golden Altos Corporation
For over 30 years, Golden Altos has delivered high reliability integrated circuit and hybrid assembly services to the semiconductor, military and aerospace communities. In addition, Golden Altos provides with testing (mechanical, environmental and electrical) which meets MIL-STD-883, MIL-PRF-38535 and JEDEC standards. Located in Silicon Valley, Golden Altos also offers program management expertise to handle projects every step along the way from wafer acquisition to certified flight-ready parts. www.goldenaltos.com