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CML Microsystems  Profile

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CML Microsystems  Company Overview

Founded in 1968, CML Microsystems Plc is a holding company for eight operating subsidiaries located in the UK, United States, Germany, Singapore and Taiwan. These subsidiaries are dedicated to the design, manufacture and world-wide marketing of a broad range of semiconductor products, primarily for the global communications market, including Two-Way Radio, Wireline Telecommunications, Wireless Data Transmission, Digital Imaging, Internet Communications and Flash Memory applications.

CML Microsystems  Products

The types of products manufactured by CML Microsystems include Mixed-Signal ICs for communications applications.

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