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Ubicom - Qualcomm  Profile

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Ubicom - Qualcomm  Company Overview

Ubicom was founded as Scenix Semiconductor in 1996manufacturing the SX Series of 8-bit microcontrollers.

In 2000, Scenix changed its name to Ubicom, Inc.

Ubicom develops communications and media processor (CMP) and software platforms that address the unique demands of real-time, interactive applications and multimedia content delivery in the digital home. The company provides optimized system-level solutions to OEMs for a wide range of products including wireless routers, access points, VoIP gateways, streaming media devices, print servers and other network devices. Ubicom's unique multithreaded processor design, real-time operating system, and application-level solutions combine to ensure a high-quality user experience with unprecedented ease of use.

Ubicom was acquired by Qualcomm in March, 2012 and is now a part of the Qualcomm Atheros unit.

Ubicom - Qualcomm  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ubicom - Qualcomm include StreamEngine 5000 Family, IP3000 Family, IP2000 Family, and SX Family Microcontrollers.

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