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Future Technology Devices FTDI  Profile

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Future Technology Devices FTDI  Company Overview

Based in Glasgow, Scotland, FTDI specializes in converting legacy peripherals to Universal Serial Bus (USB). FTDI offers a range of integrated circuits to allow easy interfacing to a device over USB.

Future Technology Devices FTDI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Future Technology Devices FTDI include USB UART ICs, USB FIFO ICs, Dual USB UART/FIFO ICs, and Multi-Function USB 1.1 Hub Controller ICs.

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