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K-Micro - Kawasaki LSI  Profile

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K-Micro - Kawasaki LSI  Company Overview

Founded in Japan in 1990, K-Micro (Kawasaki Microelectronics), formerly known as Kawasaki LSI, is the leader in affordable ASIC technology. K-Micro is the only major ASIC supplier that is focused solely on ASICS K-Micro was acquired by MegaChips Corporation in May, 2012 and is operated as a wholly owned subsidiary.

K-Micro - Kawasaki LSI  Products

The types of products manufactured by K-Micro - Kawasaki LSI include ASICs, and FPGA conversions to ASICs.

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