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Oasis Semiconductor - Sigmatel - Freescale  Profile

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Oasis Semiconductor - Sigmatel - Freescale  Company Overview

Oasis Semiconductor, Inc., the world's largest merchant provider of semiconductor-based solutions to the All-In-One ( AIO) peripheral market, is leading the AIO revolution as a fabless designer of system controllers. AIOs, also known as Multi-Function-Printers (MFPs), incorporate some or all of the functionality of a printer, photo-printer, copier, scanner, and fax machine into a single device.

Oasis Semiconductor was acquired by Sigmatel in September, 2005.  Subsequently, Sigmatel was acquired by Freescale Semiconductor in May, 2008.

Oasis Semiconductor - Sigmatel - Freescale  Products

The types of products manufactured by Oasis Semiconductor - Sigmatel - Freescale include DigiColor1, DigiColor2, and DigiColor2000.

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