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Sony Semiconductor  Profile

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Sony Semiconductor  Company Overview

Established in 1985 by Sony Electronics Inc., the Semiconductor & Component Products Group enables Sony to respond quickly in the rapidly changing and competitive U.S. semiconductor marketplace. The division was created to support Sony's global efforts in developing innovative, value-added products for wireless and optical communication, audio-visual and computer applications. 

Sony Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sony Semiconductor include CCD Image Sensors, Laser Diode ICs, High-Speed Synchronous SRAMs, Mixed Signal System ICs, Optical Communications ICs, TV / Multimedia ICs, Wireless Communications ICs, and OEM Lithium Ion Battery.

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