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Mai Logic  Profile

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Mai Logic  Company Overview

Mai Logic Incorporated (MAI), formerly known as Mentor ARC Incorporated, is an advanced IC design company. Mai Logic offers complete solutions including chipsets, development platforms, and modules. As one of few design houses combining million-gate-count pure logic with cutting-edge non-PC system solutions, Mai Logic provides technologies serving traditional RISC microprocessor based applications and other emerging markets with great flexibility for customization. MAI Logic no longer maintains an active website.

Mai Logic  Products

The types of products manufactured by Mai Logic include Articia Family Chipsets, Teron Family Embedded Mainboards, Micro Server PCI Cards.

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