Andigilog to Represent Sensors for Korean Company Prime
Jan 21, 2004
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Continuing its expansion into the Asian market, Andigilog has announced that Seoul, South Korea-based Prime will represent the company's line of precision analog and digital temperature sensors for cell phones, PCs and peripherals, and industrial applications.

"We anticipate strong growth in Asia as manufacturers and designers there continue design-in of our low-cost, low-power, precision temperature sensors," Andigilog CEO Bill Sheppard said in a written statement.

Prime serves Korean manufacturers with components for cell phones, CD drives, hard disk drives, PCs, set-top boxes, printers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), home appliances, telecom equipment, and other computing applications.

Andigilog, a fabless semiconductor company, develops highly accurate, low-power, temperature-sensing integrated circuits manufactured on standard digital CMOS process technology.

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