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AMI-Gould - AMIS - ON Semi  Profile

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AMI-Gould - AMIS - ON Semi  Company Overview

AMI-Gould changed its name to American Microsystems in 1988, and subsequently changed its name to AMI Semiconductor in Janary, 2001.

AMI Semiconductor (AMIS) is a leader in the design and manufacture of silicon solutions for the real world. As a widely recognized innovator in state-of-the-art integrated mixed-signal semiconductor products, mixed-signal foundry services and structured digital products, AMIS is committed to providing customers in the automotive, medical and industrial markets with optimal value, quickest time-to-market semiconductor solutions.

AMIS was acquired by ON Semiconductor in 2008.

AMI-Gould - AMIS - ON Semi  Products

The types of products manufactured by AMI-Gould - AMIS - ON Semi include Mixed-Signal ICs, Structured Digital ICs, Sensor Interface ICs, Wireless ICs, DSP Systems, Image Sensors, Transceivers, Motor Controllers, Drivers, and Timers and Clocks.

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