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Anachip Corporation - Diodes Inc  Profile

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Anachip Corporation - Diodes Inc  Company Overview

Anachip is a fabless analog IC company headquartered in the Hsinchu Science Park in Taiwan. Anachip's main product focus is Power Management ICs and its products are widely used in LCD monitor/TV's, wireless 802.11 LAN access points, brushless DC motor fans, portable DVD players, datacom devices, ADSL modems, TV/satellite set-top boxes, and power supplies.

Anachip was acquired by Diodes, Inc. in December, 2005.

Anachip Corporation - Diodes Inc  Products

The types of products manufactured by Anachip Corporation - Diodes Inc include Schottky Diodes, MOSFETs, Vacuum Fluorescent Display ICs, Power Management ICs, Programmable Logic ICs, PALs, GALs, PLDs, EPLDs, and Hall Sensor ICs.

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