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Silicon Transistor - NES - Microsemi  Profile

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Silicon Transistor - NES - Microsemi  Company Overview

Founded in 1958, Silicon Transistor Corporation (STC) was a privately held manufacturer of hermetically-packaged discrete semiconductors for the military, aerospace, and industrial markets.

STC was acquired by New England Semiconductor. NES was founded in 1985 as a manufacturer of aerospace grade high-reliability bipolar transistors.

New England Semiconductor was acquired by Microsemi in July, 2001. Microsemi Corporation is a semiconductor manufacturer specializing in system-engineered integrated circuits and high reliability discrete devices.

Silicon Transistor - NES - Microsemi  Products

The types of products manufactured by Silicon Transistor - NES - Microsemi include NPN & PNP Small-Signal Transistors, Bipolar Power Transistors, Darlington Power Transistors, and hermetically packaged discrete semiconductors.

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