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AMtek Semiconductor  Profile

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AMtek Semiconductor  Company Overview

Since its founding in 1999, AMtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. has successfully promoted the design and manufacturing capability of Analog and Mixed Signal ICs to motor driver applications in CD/VCD/DVD players, Scanners and Hall Sensors.

AMtek Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by AMtek Semiconductor include Motor Drivers for Optical Storage applications: CD, DVD, CDROM, DVDROM, CDRW, and DVDRW, Stepper Motor Drivers for MFP, Printer and Scanner applications, and FAN Motor Drivers.

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