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Etron Technology  Profile

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Etron Technology  Company Overview

Founded in Taiwan in 1981, Etron Technology is a world-class, fabless design and production company offering Known-Good-Die (KGD) and packaged ICs covering the product range of low-power RAM, including SRAM, Pseudo SRAM and DRAM; DDR and SDR DRAM, and system chips. Etron's integrated circuits are widely used in emerging applications such as storage, display, handset, PDA, and multimedia devices.

Etron Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Etron Technology include Enduring SDRAM, Wide-Bandwidth DDR DRAM, Low Power DRAM, Handheld Low Power DRAM, Ultra Low Power SRAM, Very Low Power Pseudo SRAM, Ultra Low Power SRAM, Known Good Die Memory, High Definition LCD Display Controllers, LCD Monitor Display Controllers, and Portable DVD / Car TV /PMP LCD Display Controllers.

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