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SaRonix - Pericom  Profile

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SaRonix - Pericom  Company Overview

SaRonix was founded in 1975 and is a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of frequency control products (FCPs). FCPs are electronic components used as time and frequency clocks in electronic products in a broad range of markets including computers, network switching, telecommunications equipment, cell phones, PDA's and televisions.

SaRonix was acquired by Pericom Semiconductor in 2003.

SaRonix - Pericom  Products

The types of products manufactured by SaRonix - Pericom include Crystals, Oscillators, VCXOs, and TCXOs.

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