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MOSPEC Semiconductor  Profile

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MOSPEC Semiconductor  Company Overview

MOSPEC Semiconductor Corp. is a subsidiary of the President Enterprises Corp. which is one of the largest companies in Taiwan. Since 1987, Mospec has been a joint venture company between President Enterprises Corp. and Mospower Technology, Inc.(MTI), a U.S. company specialized in power semiconductors.

MOSPEC Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by MOSPEC Semiconductor include Bipolar Power Transistors, Schottky Barrier Rectifiers, Ultra-fast Rectifiers, Fast Recovery Rectifiers, Epitaxial Silicon Wafers, Polished Prime Silicon Wafers, and Reclaimed Test Wafers.

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