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Anchor Chips -Cypress Semiconductor  Profile

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Anchor Chips -Cypress Semiconductor  Company Overview

Based in San Diego, California, Anchor Chips designs and markets peripheral microcontroller chips for Universal Serial Bus devices such as printers, scanners, xDSL modems and digital cameras.

Anchor Chips was acquired by Cypress Semiconductor in May, 1999.

Anchor Chips -Cypress Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Anchor Chips -Cypress Semiconductor include USB Microcontrollers.

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