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Alpha and Omega Semiconductor  Profile

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Alpha and Omega Semiconductor  Company Overview

Based in Sunnyvale, California, Alpha and Omega Semiconductor, Ltd. manufactures a broad range of MOSFETs, Analog Switches, Power ICs, IGBTs and Transient Voltage Suppression devices for applications that include Notebook PC, Battery Pack Protection, LCD Backlight, Inverter, Cellular Phone, Digital Camera, EBike Power Control, Motherboard, Notebook Battery, Pack, VGA Card Power, and Smartphone PDA.

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Alpha and Omega Semiconductor include Analog Switches, Transient Voltage Suppression devices, MOSFETs and Power Control ICs.

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