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Ferranti - Plessey - Zarlink - Zetex - Diodes  Profile

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Ferranti - Plessey - Zarlink - Zetex - Diodes  Company Overview

Ferranti's discrete semiconductor product line was acquired by Plessey, subsequently merged into GEC Plessey and was ultimately purchased by Zarlink and re-sold to Zetex Semiconductors. Diodes Incorporated acquired Zetex plc in June 2008.

Ferranti - Plessey - Zarlink - Zetex - Diodes  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ferranti - Plessey - Zarlink - Zetex - Diodes include Discrete Semiconductors.

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