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Goal Semiconductor - Ramtron  Profile

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Goal Semiconductor - Ramtron  Company Overview

Goal Semiconductor Inc. is an innovative fabless semiconductor company that designs, develops and markets highly integrated, performance driven, affordable, mixed-signal integrated circuits and ASICs for use in embedded data acquisition systems. Goal Semiconductor was acquired by Ramtron International in 2005.

Goal Semiconductor - Ramtron  Products

The types of products manufactured by Goal Semiconductor - Ramtron include High performance A/D ICs, High performance D/A ICs, MCUs based on 8051 architecture, Mixed-signal MCUs with enhanced DSP capabilities, and Full Custom Mixed Signal Products.

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