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DspFactory - AMI - ON Semi  Profile

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Dspfactory Ltd. is a leading provider of ultra-low power audio processing systems for portable and wearable devices. Dspfactory's micro-miniature technology is optimized for digital hearing aids, wireless headsets, and other portable, battery-powered devices. Dspfactory was acquired by AMI Semiconductor in 2004. Subsequently, AMI Semiconductor was acquired by ON Semiconductor in March, 2008.

DspFactory - AMI - ON Semi  Products

The types of products manufactured by DspFactory - AMI - ON Semi include Audio Processing ICs.

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