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Calmos Technology  Profile

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Calmos Technology  Company Overview

Calmos Microsystems was a manufacturer of high quality semiconductor components for the Wireless, Video, and High Speed Digital Data Transmission Industry. In 1989, Calmos was acquired by Newbridge Networks and operated as Newbridge Microsystems for six years until Newbridge spun of the operating unit as Tundra Semiconductor in 1995.

In June, 2009, Tundra Semiconductor was acquired by Integrated Device Technology, Inc.

Calmos Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Calmos Technology include Analog Transistors, Surface Mount Schottky Diodes, Surface Mount RF PIN Switch Diodes, and MIS Chip Capacitors.

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