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Comatlas - Philips - NXP  Profile

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Comatlas - Philips - NXP  Company Overview

Comatlas was formed in 1994, a Joint-Venture between a French company (SOREP) and the US ASIC company VLSI Technology Inc. Comatlas was formed to develop and manufacture components and equipment for digital data transmission where the main applications are digital TV (DVB-S/-C/-T/-RC/-SI) and telecommunication (xDSL).

Comatlas was acquired by Philips in 1999.

Philips Semiconductors, headquartered in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, is one of the world's top semiconductor suppliers. Our ambition is to be the leading provider of semiconductor-based solutions for connected consumer and communications applications. Philips Semiconductors is a leading supplier of silicon system solutions for mobile communications, consumer electronics, digital displays, contactless payment and connectivity, and in-car entertainment and networking.

In 2006, the Semiconductor sector of Philips became NXP Semiconductors.

Comatlas - Philips - NXP  Products

The types of products manufactured by Comatlas - Philips - NXP include primarily ASICs.

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