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Simtek - Cypress Semiconductor  Profile

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Simtek - Cypress Semiconductor  Company Overview

SIMTEK Corporation is a fabless semiconductor company, supplying memory products to a worldwide marketplace. Simtek Corporation has developed a unique non-volatile memory technology that provides non-volatile operation combined with unlimited reads and writes or can save critical data in the event of a power loss.

Simtek was acquired by Cypress Semiconductor in September, 2008.

Simtek - Cypress Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Simtek - Cypress Semiconductor include nvSRAM.

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