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IWC: Alpha and Omega Semiconductor (AOSL) (2000)

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited (AOSL) was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. It has 2,900 full-time employees and its subsidiaries, mainly in the United States, Hong Kong, Macau, and China. Taiwan, South Korea and Japan design, develop and provide a portfolio of power semiconductor products for the consumer, computing, communications and industrial markets.

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor (AOSL):

IWC provides a variety of power discrete products, including low, medium and high voltage power metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFET); as well as SRFET, XSFET, electrostatic discharge, protection for routing current and switching voltage in power control circuits MOSFET and insulated gate bipolar transistor.

IWC also provides power IC products, including equipment for power management and power transmission; and analog power equipment for circuit protection and signal switching.

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited power discrete products are used for :

1. Laptops, ultrabooks, desktop and tablet computers, servers, flat panel displays, TVs, graphics cards, game boxes, chargers, battery packs, AC adapters, power supplies, electric bicycles, motor control, smart phones and other portable devices , White goods and industrial motor drives, UPS systems, wind turbines, solar inverters and industrial welding;

2. And the power IC has applications in flat panel displays, TVs, laptops, ultrabooks, servers, DVD/Blu-ray players, set-top boxes and network devices, as well as desktop PCs, tablets, smart phones and portable electronic devices.

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited sells its products directly, and sells its products through distributors, original design manufacturers, and original equipment manufacturers.

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