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Patriot Scientific - PTSC  Profile

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Patriot Scientific - PTSC  Company Overview

Founded in 1987 with DOD applicable technologies. In 1994 Patriot Scientific Corp. (PTSC) developed a 32-bit unique architecture microprocessor that evolved into IGNITE. In 2001, PTSC began offering an embedded processor core. Today, PTSC is a systems level engineering organization. PTSC develops, markets and enables innovative technologies to address the demands in fast growing markets such as: wireless devices, smart cards, home appliances and gateways, set top boxes, entertainment technology, automotive telematics, biomedical devices, as well as industrial controllers. Customers also come to PTSC for product integration and development using the IGNITE technology.

Patriot Scientific - PTSC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Patriot Scientific - PTSC include IGNITE I Core Family, IGNITE II Core Family, and INFLAME I Processors.

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