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Headland Technology - SPEA - Diamond  Profile

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Headland Technology - SPEA - Diamond  Company Overview

Headland Technology was an early manufacturer of video and graphics chipsets and a subsidiary unit of LSI Logic. After developing a cross-marketing agreement with SPEA AG in November, 1990, Headland Technology was acquired by SPEA in 1993. Subsequently, SPEA was sold to Diamond Multimedia in October, 1995.

Headland Technology - SPEA - Diamond  Products

The types of products manufactured by Headland Technology - SPEA - Diamond include VGA controller chip sets.

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