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Seeq - LSI Corp  Profile

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Seeq - LSI Corp  Company Overview

SEEQ Technology, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of data communications semiconductor products. Headquartered in Fremont, California, the company is a LAN pioneer, having introduced the first integrated Ethernet controller in 1982. SEEQ's product families include Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet (100Base-T), Ethernet (10Base-2,-5, and -T) and ATM components. SEEQ leads the Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC) market, and offers the broadest line of Fast Ethernet MACs and PHYs in the industry. Seeq was acquired by LSI Logic in 1999. Founded in 1981, LSI Logic has become the leading supplier of technology that goes into top-of-the-line storage and consumer products. Today, LSI offers a portfolio of leading-edge standard products and custom solutions for DVD recorders, digital video recorders, STBs, high definition products, and professional video production/broadcasting equipment. In April, 2007, following the merger with Agere Systems, LSI Logic changed its name to LSI Corporation.

Seeq - LSI Corp  Products

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