Rochester Electronics reinstates manufacturing of AMCC’s standard products

Rochester Electronics reinstates manufacturing of AMCC’s standard products

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The reinstated production of these components, which is completely authorized by AMCC, was accomplished through a combination of semiconductor replication and continued manufacturing. Primarily used in networking, telecom, and connectivity applications, these standard products are suitable for the high-speed serial transmission of data in a variety of applications including Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre Channel, serial backplanes, and proprietary point to point links. AMCC provided its product IP and design archive databases to Rochester, enabling the continuing manufacture and distribution of authorized devices through Rochester’s Semiconductor Replication Process (SRP). The company’s sophisticated SRP combines archive identification, tear-down of sample product, process match, source-to-target comparison, detailed SPICE analysis, and testing to the original manufacturer’s specifications and beyond, to exactly match the form, fit, and function of the AMCC original devices.

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