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DataPath Systems - LSI Logic  Profile

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DataPath Systems - LSI Logic  Company Overview

DataPath Systems, Inc. founded in 1994, designs, develops and manufactures complex mixed analog/digital ICs for the Communications and Storage industries. DataPath Systems has developed leading edge, 'best-of-class' performance solutions for the ADSL and mass storage markets. DataPath was acquired by LSI Logic Corporation in 2000. Founded in 1981, LSI Logic has become the leading supplier of technology that goes into top-of-the-line storage and consumer products. Today, LSI offers a portfolio of leading-edge standard products and custom solutions for DVD recorders, digital video recorders, STBs, high definition products, and professional video production/broadcasting equipment. In April, 2007, following the merger with Agere Systems, LSI Logic changed its name to LSI Corporation.

DataPath Systems - LSI Logic  Products

The types of products manufactured by DataPath Systems - LSI Logic include ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line), cable modems and high-performance transceivers.

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