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ChipX - GigOptix  Profile

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ChipX - GigOptix  Company Overview

Founded in 1985, ChipX is the industry leader and innovator in the design and development of Structured ASICs. Using the company's patented architecture, flexible manufacturing alternatives permit options for rapid turnaround time and scalable volume production. The company has completed over 1,500 designs and shipped millions of devices worldwide. ChipX product families are ideally suited to those applications requiring Standard Cell ASIC performance in communications, consumer, military/aerospace, medical, computing and industrial market segments.

ChipX was acquired by GigOptix in 2009.

ChipX - GigOptix  Products

The types of products manufactured by ChipX - GigOptix include Five families of Structured ASICs.

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