Fremont Micro Devices Ships 1 Billion Serial EPROMS

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The rapid growth in cumulative unit volume shipments of over 1 Billion units is a result of low cost manufacturing, outstanding quality and a close working relationship with customers and vendors.

Fremont Micro Devices Inc. announced today that it shipped over 1 Billion Serial EEPROM memory IC’s. In only 8 years since the Company was founded, Fremont Micro Devices has become a world leader in the design and delivery of Non-Volatile Memory solutions in density of 2K-bit to 1024K-bit. “The rapid growth in cumulative unit volume shipments is a result of low cost manufacturing, efficient test suites and a close working relationship with customers and vendors,” said, Kelvin Hui, Chief Executive Officer. “We recently expanded our sales channel in Europe and North America to improve our capability to win designs at high volume consumer, computer and communication accounts. Many of these customers design systems locally and transfer manufacturing of those systems to Asia. They want service and support that Fremont Micro Devices can provide at both the point of design and production,” he added.

Fremont Micro Devices offers Serial EEPROM IC’s in a variety of five and eight lead surface mount and through hole packages including SOP-8, MSOP-8, WSOP-8, DIP-8, SOT23-5, TSOT23-5 and DFN-8 configurations. All devices have a VCC of 1.8V-5.5V, Industrial temperature range of -40 to 85C, a clock speed of 1MHZ and are available in RoHS or Green alternatives. The data stored will typically last for over 100 years.

About Fremont Micro Devices:
Fremont Micro Devices is a fabless semiconductor supplier and integrated circuit design house. It has quickly become a leader in non-volatile memory products and high efficiency power management solutions. FMD was founded in Fremont, California in 2003 and has representation in Europe, North America and Asia. The key members of the management team have extensive product development, design, finance and sales experience with leading Silicon Valley semiconductor companies.

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