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Scenix - Ubicom - Qualcomm  Profile

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Scenix - Ubicom - Qualcomm  Company Overview

Ubicom was founded as Scenix Semiconductor in 1996. The company operated under that name until 1999, and delivered a highly successful product family - the SX Series of 8-bit microcontrollers, a product line which continues to generate revenue for the company today. In 2000, Scenix became "Ubicom," a word derived from "ubiquitous communications," and a name that more accurately reflects the company's expanded vision to extend the Internet and make communications pervasive and transparent.

Ubicom was acquired by Qualcomm in March, 2012 and is now a part of the Qualcomm Atheros unit.

Scenix - Ubicom - Qualcomm  Products

The types of products manufactured by Scenix - Ubicom - Qualcomm include StreamEngine 5000 Family, IP3000 Family, IP2000 Family, and SX Family Microcontrollers.

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