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QP Semiconductor - e2v  Profile

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QP Semiconductor - e2v  Company Overview

QP Semiconductor is a privately held California company incorporated in October 1985. QP Semiconductor was formed initially to provide semiconductor assembly, electrical test and qualification services to the military, aerospace and high reliability industries. The company has since evolved into a true fabless semiconductor company with a complete range of manufacturing capability by establishing product design and fab foundry relationships to complement its assembly, test and qualification capability. The products and services offered, focus on providing total parts solutions for DMS, (Diminished Manufacturing Sources) and EOL (End of Life) semiconductor components to the military, aerospace and high reliability markets.

QP Semiconductor was acquired by British company e2v in October, 2008.

QP Semiconductor - e2v  Products

The types of products manufactured by QP Semiconductor - e2v include Analog, EPROM/EEPROM, FIFO - Dual Port, Interface, Logic - ECL, Logic - TTL, Microcontrollers, Microprocessor/Peripherals, Programmable Logic, PROM - BiPOLAR, PROM - CMOS, and SRAM.

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