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NetLogic Microsystems, Inc. engages in the design, development, and marketing of knowledge-based processors for various networking systems, such as routers, switches, access multiplexors, and networked storage devices in the United States. Its knowledge-based processors enable original equipment manufacturers to supply network service providers with systems offering advanced functionality for the Internet, such as voice over Internet protocol, virtual private networks, and streaming video and audio. The company markets its products and services through direct sales force and independent sales representatives worldwide. NetLogic has strategic partnerships with AMCC, LVL, Xilinx, Altera, Xelerated, and Nuvation. NetLogic Microsystems was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Rambus, Inc. provides chip interface products and services. Its memory interface product family includes XDR memory interface, RDRAM memory interface, and DDR controller interface technologies that provide an interface between memory chips and logic chips. The company's logic interface product family consists of serial link interfaces, RaSer X interface, and FlexIO processor bus interface technologies, which provide an interface between two logic chips. Its licensed products are used in a range of computing, consumer electronics, and communications applications. System level products that utilize the company's interfaces include servers, printers, video projectors, video game consoles, digital TVs, set-top boxes, routers, and switches. It also offers engineering services to companies to help them integrate its interface technologies into their chip and system products. The company sells its interfaces and licenses to customers in the Far East, North America, and Europe. Rambus was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Los Altos, California.


Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. engages in designing and marketing integrated circuits for digital consumer electronics, networking, mobile communications, and automotive electronics. Its products include SRAM and DRAM. The company also offers EEPROMs, SmartCards, and controller chips for Flash memory sticks, card reader-writers, and wireless chipsets. Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. sells its products in Asia, the United States, and Europe through direct sales force, independent sales representatives, and distributors. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.


MIPS Technologies, Inc. develops embedded processors and related intellectual property for use in performance-oriented markets, such as digital entertainment, wired and wireless communications (including broadband access), office automation, security, and automotive markets. Its designs are based on its 32-bit and 64-bit reduced instruction set computing architectures. The company licenses its MIPS32 and MIPS64 instruction-set architectures, application-specific extensions, core designs, and other related intellectual property to semiconductor companies and system original equipment manufacturers. It also offers a variety of embedded processors that scale across multiple markets in standard, custom, semi custom, and application-specific products. MIPS Technologies' core and processor designs and related intellectual property are used in digital set-top boxes, digital televisions, DVD players, video game systems, laser printers, automotive telematics, broadband access devices, 802.11 wireless networking devices, and network routers. It has sales offices in California, Japan, Taiwan, Germany, and Israel. The company's predecessor, MIPS Computer Systems, Inc., was founded in 1984. MIPS Technologies was spun off from Silicon Graphics, Inc. in 1998. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


SanDisk Corporation engages in the design, development, and market of flash storage card products used in various consumer electronics worldwide. Its products include flash cards, Universal Serial Bus, flash drives, and digital audio players. The company's flash storage allows data to be stored in a compact format that retains the data for an extended period of time after the power has been turned off. Its products are used in digital cameras, feature phones, and other digital consumer devices. SanDisk Corporation sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, retailers, and distributors. The company was co-founded by Eli Harari and Sanjay Mehrotra in 1988. SanDisk Corporation was headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Ramtron International Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of semiconductor memory devices primarily in the United States and the United Kingdom. The company provides ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) devices and dynamic random access memory (DRAM) modules. The company's FRAM product portfolio includes serial and parallel nonvolatile memories, and mixed-signal and integrated FRAM devices. FRAM devices are used in various applications in the metering, computing and information systems, automotive, communications, consumer and industrial, scientific, and medical markets. It also licenses the technology related to FRAM products. Ramtron also supplies other storage products for personal computer applications, such as gaming and video processing. The company markets its products through electronics distributors and manufacturers' representatives, as well as through direct, retail, and Internet sales channels to small personal computer system manufacturers and end-users of personal computer systems. It also sells its products in Japan, Canada, Germany, Italy, China/Hong Kong, and the Czech Republic. Ramtron was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Micron Technology, Inc. engages in the manufacture and marketing of semiconductor devices worldwide. Its products include a series of dynamic random access memory products, which provide data storage and retrieval. The company also offers NAND flash memory products, which are electrically rewriteable, nonvolatile semiconductor devices that retain memory content when power is turned off; and complementary metal oxide semiconductor image sensors that capture and process images into pictures or video for consumer and industrial applications. Its products are used in various electronic applications, including personal computers, workstations, network servers, mobile phones, flash memory cards, USB storage devices, digital still cameras, MP3 players, and other consumer electronics products. The company offers its products to original equipment manufacturers through direct sales force, independent sales representatives, distributors, and its Web-based customer direct sales division. Micron Technology was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Boise, Idaho.


Silicon Storage Technology, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a range of nonvolatile memory solutions, based on proprietary SuperFlash technology, for various applications in the digital consumer, networking, wireless communications, and Internet computing markets. It offers flash memory semiconductor devices in three categories, which include standard memory products, application specific products, and special products. The standard memory products include Multi-Purpose Flash family, Multi-Purpose Flash Plus family, and Many-Time Programmable family. These product families support a range of mainstream applications that use nonvolatile memory products. The application specific products consist of Concurrent SuperFlash, Serial Flash, Firmware Hub, and Low Pin Count flash products. These products are designed to address specific applications, such as cellular phones, hard disk drives, optical drives, and personal computers. The special products comprise ComboMemory, ROM/RAM Combos, SSF, MTP, FlashFlex51 microcontroller, and other special flash products. These products are used in applications requiring low power and a small form factor, such as cellular phones, wireless modems, MP3 systems, pagers, and digital organizers. The company sells its products through manufacturers' representatives and distributors in North America and Europe, as well as through sales representatives in Asia. Silicon Storage Technology was co-founded by Bing Yeh in 1989. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Qimonda AG supplies semiconductor memory products in Germany and other parts of Europe, North America, and Asia Pacific. It designs semiconductor memory technologies, as well as develops, manufactures, markets, and sells various semiconductor memory products on a chip, component, and module level. The company's products primarily include dynamic random access memory (DRAM) components and modules for use in a range of electronic products. It offers standard DRAM products for PCs, notebooks, and workstations, as well as advanced DRAM products for infrastructure, graphics, mobile, and consumer applications. The company also provides data flash memory products, primarily in the form of cards and to a lesser extent in component form, for use in digital still cameras, USB flash drives, digital audio players, and mobile phones. In addition, it offers embedded DRAM products in the form of system-on-chip' integrated circuits that integrate memory and logic circuitry on a single chip. The company markets and sells its products principally to computing original equipment manufacturers and memory module manufacturers. Qimonda AG has strategic alliance with Nanya Technology Corporation; China Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Ventures Co., Ltd.; Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation; and Winbond Electronics Corporation. It also entered into a collaboration agreement with Denali Software, Inc. to provide simulation models for graphics double data rate 5 high-end memory devices. The company was founded in 1952. It was formerly known as Invot AG and changed its name to Qimonda AG in April 2006. The company is headquartered in Munich, Germany.


Pixelplus Co., Ltd., a fabless semiconductor company, engages in the design, development, and marketing of complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors for various consumer electronics applications. Its image sensors are used to capture and convert images into digital signals for display or transmission in mobile camera phones, as well as in personal computer cameras, and security and surveillance system applications. The company also provides engineering, technology, and other services, including CMOS image sensor design, product customization services, manufacturing process consulting, product probe testing, customer support, and technical services. Pixelplus markets and sells its products to designers and manufacturers of mobile phones, camera modules, and other imaging electronic products through direct sales force, as well as through a network of authorized international sales agents and distributors. It operates in the Republic of Korea, the People's Republic of China, and other Asian countries; and the United States. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Suwon-si, South Korea.


Spansion, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of flash memory products and solutions worldwide. The company's flash memory products are integrated into a range of electronic products, including mobile phones, consumer electronics, automotive electronics, networking and telecommunications equipment, personal computers, and personal computer peripherals. It sells its products to original equipment manufacturers and third-party distributors. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Netlist, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of memory subsystems for the server, computing, and communications markets in the United States. Its memory subsystems consist of DRAM integrated circuits and other components assembled on a printed circuit board. The company's products for the server market address various memory capacity and configuration requirements, as well as a range of server types, including tower, rack-mounted, and blade servers. It markets and sells its products to original equipment manufacturers through a direct sales force and a network of independent sales representatives. Netlist was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.