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Silicon Wave - RF Micro Devices  Profile

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Silicon Wave - RF Micro Devices  Company Overview

In May 2003, RF Micro Devices and Silicon Wave entered into a strategic relationship. Within the strategic relationship, Silicon Wave granted manufacturing licenses to RFMD for their single-chip UltimateBlue ICs and stand-alone CMOS Bluetooth radio modem solutions. RFMD is responsible for the supply chain of Silicon Wave's CMOS Bluetooth solutions and is the exclusive global channel partner for these products. Silicon Wave and RF Micro Devices are both Associate Members of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.

Silicon Wave - RF Micro Devices  Products

The types of products manufactured by Silicon Wave - RF Micro Devices include low-power, highly integrated RF communication system components for the global Bluetooth wireless market.

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