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Quantum Research Group - Atmel  Profile

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Quantum Research Group - Atmel  Company Overview

Quantum Research Group develops and markets capacitive sensor ICs for switching and control applications based on its patented charge-transfer (QT) capacitive sensing technology. The company is privately held and based in Hamble on the South Coast of England. With sales representation in USA, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and Southern Africa, Quantum serves a global market and has gained extensive knowledge and understanding of widely different markets and customer applications. The company's target markets comprise high volume consumer applications (including home appliances and audio/video systems), home security, medical, automotive, wireless, RFID, and industrial.

Quantum Research Group was acquired by Atmel Corp. in March, 2008.

Quantum Research Group - Atmel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Quantum Research Group - Atmel include Touch Sensor Chips, Continuous & Level Sensor Chips, Evaluation Boards & Development Kits, and custom QProx sensors.

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