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Photobit - Micron - Aptina  Profile

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Photobit - Micron - Aptina  Company Overview

Photobit was a JPL spinoff that acquired key patents to JPL technology along with some government contracts.

Photobit was acquired by Micron in 2001.

Micron Technology Inc. is one of the world's leading providers of advanced semiconductor solutions. Micron's DRAM and Flash components are used in today's most advanced computing, networking and communications products, including computers, workstations, servers, cell phones, wireless devices, digital cameras and gaming systems.

Micron also provides CMOS image sensor solutions to the handset camera, digital still camera and PC video camera markets.

In June, 2009, the Imaging product line was spun off into an independent company, Aptina Imaging Corporation.

 

Photobit - Micron - Aptina  Products

The types of products manufactured by Photobit - Micron - Aptina include CMOS image sensors.

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