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Ware Electronics  Profile

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Ware Electronics  Company Overview

Ware Electronics, Inc. (WEI) was founded in 1987.  They are a reliable source of discontinued semiconductors.

The company's expertise is in the manufacturing of devices that have been discontinued by the original manufacturer. Once the manufacturer's EOL (End Of Life) cycle is completed, Ware Electronics (WEI) purchases all available wafer, die and tooling that have been discontinued by major manufacturers like Motorola, Linear Technology, Texas Instruments, and National Semiconductor. From that point, WEI is able to continue manufacturing with the same packaging and test programs as the original manufacturer.

Ware Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ware Electronics include Discrete Semiconductors, Integrated Circuits, Diodes, Rectifiers, Transistors, MOSFET, RF & Microwave, and Transistors.

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