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NetMos Technology - MosChip  Profile

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NetMos Technology - MosChip  Company Overview

NetMos Technology is a USA-based design house that specializes in supplying semiconductors in the area of PCI bus peripherals.

NetMos was acquired by MosChip in 2001.

MosChip Semiconductor Technology is a world-class fabless semiconductor company from India. MosChip's products are designed in India, fabricated in world-class fabs in Taiwan and sold worldwide.

MosChip's engineering expertise is in PCI, USB, IEEE 1394, Serial-Parallel, System on a Chip, Device Drivers, Embedded Firmware, Engineering and Reference Platforms, PLL, Transceivers and A/D and D/A Converters.

NetMos Technology - MosChip  Products

The types of products manufactured by NetMos Technology - MosChip include USB Connectivity ICs, Network Connectivity ICS, PCI Connectivity ICs, and Interface Products

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