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Clare Inc - IXYS  Profile

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Clare Inc - IXYS  Company Overview

Clare, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets optically isolated solid state relays (OptoMOS), mixed-signal custom ASICs and ASSP integrated circuits (ICs) for the telecommunications market. Clare, Inc., formerly CP Clare Corporation, was founded in 1937 by Carl P. Clare to provide high-voltage switching technology to a growing telecommunications market.

In June 2002, Clare, Inc. was acquired by IXYS Corporation and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of IXYS.

IXYS Corporation designs, manufactures, and markets a broad spectrum of power semiconductors, including Power MOSFETs, IGBTs, Ultra-fast Reverse Recovery Diodes, silicon and gallium arsenide Schottky diodes, thyristors and rectifiers, Multi-chip Modules, DCB ceramic substrates and Power Interface Integrated Circuits for the global power market.

Clare Inc - IXYS  Products

The types of products manufactured by Clare Inc - IXYS include Solid State Relays, Opto-Isolators, Solar Cells, Line Interface ICs, Central Office Line Card Access Switches, Tone Signaling Devices, Power Products, High Voltage ICs, Display Drivers, Display Controllers, and Custom ASICs.

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