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Microchip Technology
Type Public (NASDAQMCHP
Founded 1989
Headquarters United StatesChandler, Arizona, USA
Key people Steve Sanghi, President & CEO
J. Eric Bjornholt, CFO
Ganesh Moorthy, Executive VP
Industry Semiconductors
Products Microcontrollers
Serial EEPROMs
Serial SRAM
Analog Devices
Employees 4,800 (2009) [1]
Website www.microchip.com
Microchip ICD3 Low Cost Development System

Microchip Technology (NASDAQMCHP) is an American manufacturer of microcontroller, memory and analog semiconductors. The company was founded in 1987 when General Instrument spun off its microelectronics division as a wholly owned subsidiary.[2] Its products include microcontrollers (PICmicro, dsPIC / PIC24, PIC32), Serial EEPROM devices, Serial SRAM devices, KEELOQ devices, radio frequency (RF) devices, thermal, power and battery management analog devices, as well as linear, interface and mixed signal devices. Some of the interface devices include USB, ZigBee/MiWi, Controller Area Network, and Ethernet. In April 2009, Microchip Technology announced the nanoWatt XLP™ Microcontrollers (With World’s Lowest Sleep Current). This industry-leading combination of low power consumption and functionality makes these PIC MCUs ideal for any battery-powered or power-constrained application.

Corporate headquarters is located at Chandler, Arizona with wafer fabs in Tempe, Arizona and Gresham, Oregon.

Among its chief competitors are Analog Devices, Atmel, Freescale, Infineon, Maxim Integrated Products, NXP, Renesas Technology, STMicroelectronics, and Texas Instruments.

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