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STMicroelectronics  Profile

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STMicroelectronics  Company Overview

STMicroelectronics was created in 1987 by the merger of SGS Microelettronica of Italy and Thomson Semiconducteurs of France with the aim of becoming a world leader in the sub-micron era. Today, STMicroelectronics is a global semiconductor company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of semiconductor integrated circuits (ICs) and discrete devices used in a wide variety of microelectronic applications, including telecommunications systems, computer systems, consumer products, automotive products and industrial automation and control systems.

STMicroelectronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by STMicroelectronics include Amplifiers & Linear, Analog & Mixed Signal ICs, Diodes, EMI Filtering & Signal Conditioning, Logic, Signal Switch, Memories, Microcontrollers, Power Management, Protection Devices, Sensors, Smartcard ICs, Thyristors & ACSwitches, and Transistors.

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