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NetSilicon - Digi International  Profile

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NetSilicon - Digi International  Company Overview

NetSilicon is a manufacturer of integrated hardware and software for intelligent networked devices.  Its single-chip solutions provide a complete system for connected systems.

NetSilicon was acquired by Digi International in February, 2002.

Digi International makes device networking easy by developing products and technologies that are cost-effective and easy to use. Digi offers innovative products and technologies that enable you to connect and manage serial, USB and other electronic devices - locally or remotely, over the network or via the web.

NetSilicon - Digi International  Products

The types of products manufactured by NetSilicon - Digi International include Embedded Modules, NetSilicon Microprocessors, External Serial Servers, Single-board computers, External Serial Servers, Console Servers, ConnectPort Display, USB Connectivity, Wireless, Embedded Solutions, and Multiport Serial Cards.

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