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ACD Corp - UTStarcom  Profile

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ACD Corp - UTStarcom  Company Overview

ACD Corp. is a privately held, fabless semiconductor manufacturer that designs, markets and supports a comprehensive range of system-on-a-chip ICs for use by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in Local Area Network (LAN) hardware products such as Dual Speed Super Class Ethernet hubs, switched Ethernet, switched Fast Ethernet, switched Gigabit Ethernet and related technologies.

ACD was acquired by UTStarcom, Inc. in January, 2002. UTStarcom, Inc. was subsequently acquired by Marvell.

ACD Corp - UTStarcom  Products

The types of products manufactured by ACD Corp - UTStarcom include System-on-a-Chip (SoC) ICs.

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