Allegro MicroSystems
Allegro MicroSystems


High-Performance Power ICs and Hall-Effect Sensors From Allegro MicroSystems at Newark

Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. is a global leader in developing, manufacturing, and marketing high-performance power integrated circuits and Hall-effect sensors. Allegro is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sanken Electric Company, Ltd., a billion dollar company based in Saitama, Japan, which manufactures semiconductors, discrete components, LEDs, and switch mode power supplies. With over 2,500 employees worldwide, Allegro is headquartered in Worcester, Massachusetts, where its design, manufacturing, test, marketing, and customer service departments are located in a 250,000 sq. ft. facility. It also has other manufacturing plants as well as sales, design, and marketing offices worldwide. Sales are balanced globally throughout North and South America, Europe, Japan, and Asia-Pacific, with products sold primarily to OEMs through a strong international sales channel that includes a direct sales force, manufacturers representatives, and distributors. Allegro is ISO 9001: 2000, ISO 14001 and ISO/TS 16949: 2002 registered and has received quality awards from leading manufacturers worldwide.

Allegro’s innovative, system-level solutions serve high-growth applications within the automotive, computer/office automation, industrial, consumer, and communications markets, while its leading-edge products and processes reinforce its expertise in motor driver and power management technologies. It is a world leader in automotive sensing electronics and integrated Hall-effect magnetic sensors. Within the automotive area, its products serve electronic applications within virtually all automotive brands. In addition, Allegro also holds leading positions within printer, scanner, copier, and portable device (e.g. cellular phones) applications.

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