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Sprague Solid State  Profile

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Sprague Solid State  Company Overview

Solid State Scientific, Inc. was acquired by The Penn Central Corp. and its name was changed to Sprague Solid State. Sprague Solid State is a subsidiary of Sprague Technologies Inc., who has changed their name to STI Group, Inc.

The company no longer maintains an active website.

Sprague Solid State  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sprague Solid State include Microprocessors and Memory Devices.

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