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Alchemy Semiconductor - AMD  Profile

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Alchemy Semiconductor - AMD  Company Overview

Alchemy Semiconductor, privately held and founded in 1999, sells MIPS-based processors for Internet Edge Device market, which includes wireless PDAs, information appliances, and remote Internet access products.

Alchemy Semiconductor was acquired by AMD in 2002. Founded in 1969 and based in Sunnyvale, California, AMD produces microprocessors, flash memory devices, and silicon-based solutions for the computer, communications, and consumer electronics industries worldwide.

Alchemy Semiconductor - AMD  Products

The types of products manufactured by Alchemy Semiconductor - AMD include Low-power MIPS-based microprocessors.

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