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Unigen  Profile

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Unigen  Company Overview

Unigen Corporation, founded in 1991, is a leader in the design and manufacture of OEM memory modules, DC-DC power converters, wired and wireless communications devices, and flash memory solutions.

Unigen supplies ICs, modules and services to customers in the PC, server, networking, telecommunications, imaging, medical, defense and mobile computing industries. Unigen's core competency is the design and manufacture of precise and complex standard and custom module products.

Unigen  Products

The types of products manufactured by Unigen include DDR2 Memory Modules, DDR Memory Modules, SDRAM Memory Modules, EDO Memory Modules, Compact Flash Cards, Secure Digital Cards, Flash Disk Modules, IDE Flash Modules, WirelessUSB Modules, Voltage Regulation Modules (VRM), 2 Wire EEPROM ICs, 3 Wire EEPROM ICs, and DRAM ICs.

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