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O2Micro  Profile

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O2Micro  Company Overview

O2Micro, Inc. develops and markets innovative power management, and security components and systems for the Computer, Consumer, Industrial, and Communications markets. Since its founding in April 1995, O2Micro has quickly established itself as a leading supplier of specialized devices designed to extend battery operating time, heighten efficiency, and enable secure e-commerce and security.

O2Micro  Products

The types of products manufactured by O2Micro include AudioDJ, Power Management Units (PMUs), CardBus Controllers, SmartCardBus Controllers, E-Guardian USB SCR Chipsets, 4-in-1 MemoryCardBus Controllers, Power Switches, Intelligent Lighting, Intelligent Charger, and DC/DC Converters.

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