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Actel - Microsemi SoC  Profile

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Actel - Microsemi SoC  Company Overview

Actel Corporation is the leader in single-chip FPGA solutions and is a supplier of innovative programmable logic solutions, including field-programmable gate arrays, SPGAs, FPGAs, PLDs.

Actel was acquired by Microsemi Corp. in October, 2010 and now operates as the Microsemi SoC Products Group.

Actel - Microsemi SoC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Actel - Microsemi SoC include Programmable System Chips: M7 Fusion, Fusion; Flash Devices: M7 ProASIC3, ProASIC3, ProASICPLUS, ProASIC; Antifuse Devices: Axcelerator, SX-A/SX, eX, MX; Aerospace & HiRel: RTSX-SU, RTAX-S; And Automotive Solutions: High-temperature FPGAs.

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