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NeoParadigm Labs  Profile

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NeoParadigm Labs  Company Overview

NeoParadigm Labs, Inc., (NPL), a privately held company founded in December 1995, supplied complex system-level ICs to the electronics industry. Its integrated product development processes and systems-level expertise offered total turnkey solutions for the communications and consumer markets in a fraction of the time of traditional IC houses. NPL was headquartered in San Jose, California, and had sales offices in Taiwan and Japan.

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NeoParadigm Labs  Products

The types of products manufactured by NeoParadigm Labs include System-Level IC Solutions for Multimedia Communications Applications.

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