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LinkUp Systems - NeoMagic  Profile

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LinkUp Systems - NeoMagic  Company Overview

LinkUp Systems Corporation was founded in Santa Clara, California in September, 1997 to offer system-enabling solutions for Internet appliances, with innovative System-on-Silicon ICs, system hardware design kits, and software solutions. LinkUp provides CPU-core-based solutions targeting the fast-growing Internet appliance and consumer electronics market. The company's L7200 processor family is optimized for various Internet Appliance applications such as WebPAD box, Pocket PCs, smart phones and Wireless Internet terminals, screen phones, and mobile devices with embedded multimedia. LinkUp also provides support chips for the Intel SA-1100/SA-1110 integrated processor family. LinkUp Systems was acquired by NeoMagic Corporation in December, 2001.

LinkUp Systems - NeoMagic  Products

The types of products manufactured by LinkUp Systems - NeoMagic include System-on-a-Chip (SOC) products.

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