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Taiwan Semiconductor - TSC  Profile

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Taiwan Semiconductor - TSC  Company Overview

Taiwan Semiconductor Company, Ltd. (TSC) was founded in January 1979 at Taipei, Taiwan to manufacture and market semiconductors to the electronics industry. Specializing in diodes, rectifiers, bridges and transient voltage suppressors.

Taiwan Semiconductor - TSC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor - TSC include Voltage Regulator, Low Drop Out Voltage Requlator, CMOS Low Drop Voltage Regulator, Ultra Low Drop Out Voltage Regulator, Switching Regulator, Voltage Reference, PWM, Amplifier, Comparator, Analog IC, MOSFETs, Rectifiers, Bridges, TVS, Zener Diodes, Switching Diodes, and Transistors.

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