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AB Semicon  Profile

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AB Semicon  Company Overview

AB-Semicon was founded in 1996 as part of the Network Technology PLC Group of Companies. AB-Semicon develops, manages the manufacture and markets complex Integrated Circuits based on AB-Semicon's own technology. AB-Semicon design guidelines are low current, low cost, small package and efficient use of silicon. AB Semicon manufactures 8-bit microprocessors, bus interface circuits and ICs for networking and communications applications.

This company is no longer in business and no longer maintains an active website.

AB Semicon  Products

The types of products manufactured by AB Semicon include 8-bit Microprocessors, Dual Ported SRAM, and PCI Bus to Local Bus Interface ICs.

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