National Semiconductor acquires fabless company Gtronix
June 21, 2010 // Julien Happich
National Semiconductor has acquired the technology of GTronix, a fabless semiconductor company specializing in programmable and adaptive analog sensory processing technology. GTronix's solutions enhance audio user-interface and voice processing and are well suited for applications where small form factor, low power, low latency and undistorted signals are critical.
Its proprietary technology provides very low power solutions for noise cancellation in mobile applications such as wireless handsets and audio accessories. GTronix is based in Fremont, California. Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed.
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