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Freescale

Semiconductor Company

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Description: Pervasive Innovation
Freescale may be one of the largest companies that people touch every day, but have never heard of. It has shipped more than 17 billion semiconductors, which can be found in everyday name brands:

Motorola cell phones
Sony electronics
Whirlpool appliances
Logitech keyboards and mice
Lifefitness cardiovascular and strength training equipment
Cisco routers
Bose Acoustic Wave radios
Trane heating and cooling equipment
Mercedes, BMW, Ford, Hyundai and General Motors vehicles

Market Leadership

Freescale is a leader in many markets it serves:

No. 1 in automotive semiconductors — Gartner
No. 1 in communications processors — Gartner
No. 2 in overall microcontrollers — Gartner
No. 2 in digital signal processors — Forward Concepts
No. 4 in wireless handset radio frequency microprocessors — iSuppli
Freescale has design, research and development (R&D), manufacturing or sales operations in more than 30 countries. We have seven wholly-owned wafer fabs, two assembly and test sites and a 300-millimeter pilot line and R&D center in Crolles, France, jointly owned with STMicroelectronics and Philips. Freescale invests $1 billion annually in R&D and has 5,500 patent families.


A New Life

After more than 50 years as part of Motorola, Freescale started a new life as a stand-alone company in July 2004. Since then, under the leadership of Chairman and CEO Michel Mayer, the company has focused on improving financial performance, reenergizing the culture and building a global brand.

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Links
www.freescale.com
   homepage of Freescale Semiconductor
Products
MC34184
   Low Power, High Slew Rate, Wide Bandwidth, JFET Input Operational Amplifiers
Other relations
Motorola
   Semiconductor Manufacturer