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I-Cube - Fairchild  Profile

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I-Cube - Fairchild  Company Overview

I-Cube is a leading developer of advanced integrated circuits for digital switching applications. I-Cube was acquired by Fairchild Semiconductor in 2002. Founded in October, 1957 and headquartered in San Jose, California, Fairchild Semiconductor is a global supplier of high performance semiconductor products in the power, interface, analog, mixed signal, logic, optoelectronic, and configurable products markets.

I-Cube - Fairchild  Products

The types of products manufactured by I-Cube - Fairchild include LVDS products including drivers, receivers, repeaters, and SerDes for low power and high speed point-to- point interconnects, Innovative differential SerDes technology reducing cable requirements with extremely low power and low EMI for ultra-portable and display applications, and Full Speed USB 2.0 transceivers.

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