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Oxford Semiconductor - PLX Technology  Profile

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Oxford Semiconductor - PLX Technology  Company Overview

Oxford Semiconductor, Ltd. designs and markets high performance connectivity controllers for the storage, multimedia, communication, computing, and industrial sectors. Its innovative solutions, comprising chips, drivers, firmware and development kits, have served leaders in each of these sectors since the company was established in 1992.

Oxford Semiconductor was acquired by PLX Technology in January, 2009.

Oxford Semiconductor - PLX Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Oxford Semiconductor - PLX Technology include IEEE 1394 FireWire /USB 2.0 storage solutions, IEEE 1394 FireWireAudio solutions, UART/parallel port bridge solutions, UART/parallel port bridge solutions, Semiconductors, Embedded Software, and IP Cores.

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