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Primarion - Infineon  Profile

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Primarion - Infineon  Company Overview

Primarion is a mixed signal integrated circuit company that addresses the inflection points in power management and power conversion, driven by the exploding demand for digital content and information. Primarion is targeting the power management and power conversion markets with innovative new technologies based on digital control of power management and power conversion.

In April, 2008, Primarion was acquired by Infineon Technologies.

Primarion - Infineon  Products

The types of products manufactured by Primarion - Infineon include Digital Power, Di-POL Controllers, VRM/VRD Digital Power Solutions, Graphics Processors (GPUs) PVM Controller, and Power Management Bus (PMBus).

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