Zenverge Quality Policy
Zenverge is committed to achieving customer satisfaction by delivering innovative leading-edge products and services that meet or exceed customer expectations.
Our focus is HD Video content for semiconductor application solutions for the Converged Multimedia Network Processing.
We achieve both external and internal customer satisfaction through a formal process of continual improvement.
Zenverge Environmental Policy:
Zenverge is committed to achieving a positive impact on our surrounding environment and communities.
Since we are a fabless semiconductor, we consciously engage with environmentally responsible suppliers who have obtained and are maintaining ISO 14001 certification.
Through our environmental management system, we will set objectives, enact continual improvement programs, promote environmentally safe products, ensure compliance with relevant environmental legislation, regulatory and standard requirements, and communicate this program throughout the organization, supplier base and interested external parties. We will continually strive to reduce the environmental impact of the work we do and the products we create.
Zenverge Conflict Mineral Policy:
Tantalum, tungsten, tin and gold are widely used metals by the electronics industry. Zenverge is concerned of the potential that the mining and trade of these minerals have been linked to poor labor and environmental practices, and there is evidence that some mining and transportation of minerals in the Eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are fueling conflict in the country by funding illegally armed groups.
Zenverge supports the development of regulations, processes and standards including the U.S. Dodd-Frank Law. Zenverge’s efforts related to conflict minerals are aligned to the work of the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition® (EICC®) and Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) and participates in the Conflict Minerals Reporting from our product’s supply chain.
Zenverge does not accept the use of any such “conflict minerals” in its products and communicates this policy to our suppliers to ensure procurement from conflict-free certified smelters that are listed in the GeSI and EICC.