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NetChip Technology - PLX Technology  Profile

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NetChip Technology - PLX Technology  Company Overview

NetChip was a leading supplier of chips supporting USB 2.0, including USB-to-PCI bridges, USB-to-general-interface bridges and PCI Express bridges.

NetChip Technology was acquired by PLX Technology Inc. in May, 2004.

PLX Technology, Inc., based in Sunnyvale, CA, USA, is the leading supplier of PCI Express and standard I/O interconnect silicon to the communications, server, storage, embedded-control and consumer industries.

NetChip Technology - PLX Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by NetChip Technology - PLX Technology include ExpressLane PCI Express Bridges & Switches, NetChip USB 2.0 controllers, PLX FastLane PCI 6000 Series, I/O Accelerators (PCI 9000 series), and PowerDrive HT7520 HyperTransport Bridge.

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