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Quantum Effect Devices - PMC  Profile

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Quantum Effect Devices - PMC  Company Overview

Quantum Effect Devices was acquired by PMC on October 2000 and became the Microprocessor Products Division of PMC. PMC is a leading provider of broadband communications and storage semiconductors for metro, access, fiber to the home, wireless infrastructure, storage, laser printers and customer premises equipment. PMC offers worldwide technical and sales support.

Quantum Effect Devices - PMC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Quantum Effect Devices - PMC include MIPS-basedTM Processor, FTTH / PON, Retimer, Storage Systems, Serial RapidIO, Wireless, Packet Over SONET / Ethernet, SERDES, Customer Premise Equipment Processors, Asynchronous / PDH, SONET / SDH, ATM, and Packet Content Classification Processor.

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