Aeroflex Colorado Springs
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Aeroflex Colorado Springs, a division of Aeroflex Microelectronic Solutions, is a manufacturer of integrated circuits for the aerospace, defense, medical, industrial, and security markets. It is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Aeroflex mixed-signal ASICs and standard products containing data acquisition, communication, and processing circuits are supplied for uses such as medical imaging, safety-critical industrial, point-of-sale, and secure data processing systems. Circuit card assembly is also available.
Fab-independent since 1997, Aeroflex uses commercial wafer foundries for multiple market segments. Aeroflex offers standard product analog and digital microprocessors, memory, logic, serial communication, clocks, analog multiplexers as well as multi-million gate semicustom mixed signal and digital solutions.
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