Alfa Computers manufactures its own flagship brand, Deltacom, within its
own facility in Alexandria, Sydney. Hundreds of thousands Deltacom personal
computers and fileservers were built over the years with rigour and meticulous
consistency in material/components, assembly and testing. Every Deltacom
system is individually built based on customer's individual requirement
and purpose. However, the Deltacom differentiation goes far beyond that.
Alfa Computers believed that stringent selection of every
part used in our production is vital to the performance reliability of
its finished products.
Fully audited quality system procedures are applied throughout
the process of manufacture. From receipt of order, selection of specific
and required parts, all the way through the final processes are meticulously
performed to the international standard ISO9001:2000 quality assurance
system. Regular internal and external audits are conducted ensuring the
consistency of this quality manufacturing process.
Additional consistency is maintained through the long term
utilisation of the best and most reliable parts from known and reliable
suppliers/manufacturers. The pre-selection process is based on vigorous
testing process, and years of skill, knowledge and experience. Here are
a few examples of our historical consistencies:
1984-1987: Supercom motherboards was exclusively used for its quality.
Supercom was finally dropped from our production because it failed to
meet the technological advancement.
1987-1999: Elitegroup Computer Systems motherboard was used for a total
of 12 years, 10 years exclusively. Decline in quality and reliability
was the main reason for Alfa Computers trialling Intel as a second source.
This trial lasted for over two years.
1997-now: Exclusive use of genuine Intel motherboard for all personal
computers, and Supermicro motherboards for high-end workstations and
- Floppy Disk Drives:
1984-1985: Exclusive use of Chinon and Teac floppy disk drives
1985-1988: Exclusive use of Teac floppy disk drives
1989-now: Exclusive use of Sony 3½" floppy disk drives
- Hard Disks:
1983-1985: Winchester hard disk was used, but rarely because of its
1985-1988: Miniscribe hard disk was exclusively used in Deltacom PCs.
1988-1989: Toshiba hard disk became our favourite. Toshiba later pulled
out of hard disk distribution in Australia.
1990-now: Exclusive use of Fujitsu. Fujitsu later stopped production
of IDE hard disks.
2002-now: Fujitsu (SCSI, SCA and Fibre Channel) and Seagate (P-ATA and
S-ATA) are standardised.
- Optical Drives:
1992-now: Sony were the only brand of CD or DVD optical drives Alfa
Computers uses for its Deltacom systems.
- Multimedia Speakers:
1996-1998: Generic stereo speakers was used as optional item for Deltacom
1999-now: Altec Lansing speakers are standard speakers with all Deltacom
This historical consistency proves that Alfa has a better
edge over our competitors (local or multinational) in its ability of supporting
its Deltacom branded products, even many years after it was sold. At Alfa,
your IT investment greatly matter.
Once assembled, a rigorous testing is applied to exhaust
every available part in the Deltacom machines. Maximum load are applied
repeatedly to various major components such as processor, memory, graphics
and all available digital storages.
This attention to detail in the production quality is matched
by the company's total commitment to service. Every Deltacom systems carry
a minimum of three year warranty. Customer's comfort and peace of mind
is paramount to Alfa Computers. We will even come to you for any hardware
or manufacturing fault that developed within the first 12 months from
the date of purchase, this commitment covers all metropolitans and major
regional towns throughout Australia.
Deltacom systems are proudly made in Australia, using
the worlds finest.