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Analog Solutions - Linfinity - Microsemi  Profile

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Analog Solutions was merged into Silicon General, which was subsequently acquired by Linfinity Microelectronics.

LinFinity Microelectronics, previously a subsidiary of Symmetricom, Inc, was acquired by MicroSemi Corporation in April, 1999.

Analog Solutions - Linfinity - Microsemi  Products

The types of products manufactured by Analog Solutions - Linfinity - Microsemi include Analog products. Long obsolete.

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