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Chips and Technologies - Asiliant Technologies  Profile

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Chips and Technologies - Asiliant Technologies  Company Overview

In 1998, Chips and Technologies was purchased by Intel for their leading flat panel controller technology. In January 2000, Asiliant licensed the rights from Intel Corporation to continue to manufacturer and sell the Chips and Technologies family of components.

Located in Silicon Valley, Asiliant Technologies offers the industry standard Flat Panel/CRT controller family that has become so popular in the embedded marketplace.

Asiliant Technologies is no longer in business.

Chips and Technologies - Asiliant Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by Chips and Technologies - Asiliant Technologies include Flat Panel/CRT controllers.

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