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Ambient Technologies - Intel  Profile

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Ambient Technologies - Intel  Company Overview

Ambient, headquartered in Fremont, Calif., develops highly integrated digital subscriber line (DSL) silicon solutions and analog modems.

Ambient Technologies was acquired by Intel in 2000.

Ambient Technologies - Intel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ambient Technologies - Intel include Standards-based DSL and high-speed analog modem (V.90) chipsets.

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