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Mosaic Semiconductor - APTA  Profile

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Mosaic Semiconductor - APTA  Company Overview

Mosaic Semiconductor was launched by HMP in 1988 to address the USA marketplace with its own manufacturing capability.  Mosaic Semiconductor designs and manufactures memory solutions for a wide range of commercial and military applications, offering innovative, very high density, high speed, wide data width memory products. 

Mosaic Semiconductor was acquired by APTA in March, 2000 and is now part of the Apta Group of companies.

Mosaic Semiconductor - APTA  Products

The types of products manufactured by Mosaic Semiconductor - APTA include SRAM, FLASH and EEPROM ICs and Modules.

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