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Philips Semiconductor - NXP  Profile

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Philips Semiconductor - NXP  Company Overview

Philips Semiconductors, headquartered in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, is one of the world's top semiconductor suppliers. Philips Semiconductors is a leading supplier of silicon system solutions for mobile communications, consumer electronics, digital displays, contactless payment and connectivity, and in-car entertainment and networking.

Philips Semiconductor was spun off from Philips in August, 2006 to form NXP Semiconductors.

Philips Semiconductor - NXP  Products

The types of products manufactured by Philips Semiconductor - NXP include Analog Linear Amplifiers & Comparators, Audio Amplifiers, Audio Signal Processors, Audio Converters, Automotive Products, Cellular Handset ICs and Discrete Components, Bluetooth ICs, USB Interface ICs, Video Decoders, Media Processors, Discrete Semiconductors, Displays, Identification, Interface & Control, Logic, Microcontrollers, Nexperia, Power Management, RF, Sensors, and Storage & DVD ICs.

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