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LG Semicon - Hyundai - SK Hynix  Profile

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LG Semicon - Hyundai - SK Hynix  Company Overview

GoldStar Semiconductor was formed in 1979 as a joint venture between Korean electronics giant, GoldStar, and the USA communications giant AT&T. GoldStar Semiconductor was a second-source producer for logic chips, memory devices, and more advanced chips such as microprocessors. AT&T sold it share back to GoldStar in 1994, and GoldStar changed its name to LG Electronics in 1995. In October, 1999, LG Semicon merged with Hyundai Electronics to form Hynix Semiconductor. In March, 2012 partnered with SK Group and changed its name to SK Hynix.

LG Semicon - Hyundai - SK Hynix  Products

The types of products manufactured by LG Semicon - Hyundai - SK Hynix include DDR SDRAM, DDR2 SDRAM, GDDR SDRAM, gDDR2 SDRAM, GDDR3 SDRAM, SDRAM, Mobile SDR, Mobile DDR, NAND based MCP, Mobile SDRAM, PSRAM, NAND Flash, Embedded Flash Drives (EFD), and NAND-based MCP.

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