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Semiconductor Technology - STI  Profile

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Semiconductor Technology - STI  Company Overview

Founded in 1968, Semiconductor Technology, Inc. is a Florida-based manufacturer of high voltage N-Channel MOSFETs and high voltage NPN/PNP transistors and serves the industrial, telecommunications, medical, and military OEM's both in domestic and international markets.

Semiconductor Technology - STI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Semiconductor Technology - STI include  

high voltage N-Channel mosfet, high voltage NPN/PNP transistor, and NPN/PNP dual transistor.

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