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Mykotronx - SafeNet  Profile

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Mykotronx - SafeNet  Company Overview

Based in Torrance, California, Mykotronx was founded in 1979 as Myko Enterprises. In 1987, the company incorporated and became Mykotronx, Inc. In 1995, Mykotronx, Inc. became a subsidiary of Rainbow Technologies Inc., which subsequently merged with SafeNet, Inc.

In 2004. Mykotronx became a subsidiary of SafeNet, Inc. Mykotronx is the leading developer and manufacturer of NSA-certified, high-reliability cryptographic microcircuits, ground units, and flight units for space communications.

Mykotronx - SafeNet  Products

The types of products manufactured by Mykotronx - SafeNet include INFOSEC and COMSEC devices for use in space and other sensitive digital communication environments, including VLSI ASICs, flight and ground encryptor/decryptor ICs, Network Security encryption devices, and ASIC solutions for Cryptography.

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