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CMD Technology - Silicon Image  Profile

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CMD Technology - Silicon Image  Company Overview

CMD Technology, Inc. a provider of high-performance and high-availability storage solutions that serve as the building blocks for Storage Area Networks (SANs). CMD was acquired by Silicon Image in 2001.

CMD Technology - Silicon Image  Products

The types of products manufactured by CMD Technology - Silicon Image include Single-chip Serial ATA-to-Parallel ATA Bridges, Parallel ATA Controllers, SATA Controllers, SATA Port Multipliers, and RAID Storage Processors.

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