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Hifn Inc  Profile

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Hifn Inc  Company Overview

Hifn offers high-performance, multi-protocol packet processors - semiconductor devices and software that enable secure, high-bandwidth network connectivity and efficient storage of business information. HiFn was acquired by Exar Corporation in April, 2009. Based in Fremont, California, Exar Corporation designs, develops and markets high-performance, analog and mixed-signal silicon solutions for a variety of markets including networking, serial communications, clock and timing, and storage.

Hifn Inc  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hifn Inc include Network Security Processor ICs, Data Compression Acceleration Boards, Network Processors, and Data Compression Processors.

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