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Latest revision as of 22:14, 22 May 2020

NXP logo.png
NXP Semiconductors
Type Public
Founded 1953 (Philips Semiconductors)
1961 (Signetics)
1975 (Philips-Signetics)
September 2006 (NXP Semiconductors)
Headquarters Eindhoven, Netherlands
Austin, Texas, US
Key people not disclosed
Industry microprocessors, electronics
Products microprocessors, electronics
Employees 31,000
Website http://www.nxp.com/

NXP Semiconductors is an electronics company.

Philips Semiconductors

Philips Semiconductors was founded in 1953.

Signetics

Signetics was founded in 1961.

Philips-Signetics

Philips purchased Signetics in 1975 and renamed it Philips-Signetics.

NXP Semiconductors

Philips Semiconductors was spun-off to NXP Semiconductors in September 2006.

Consoles using Signetic microprocessors owned by WEC Museum

Name Manufacturer Year Added to museum Notes
MPU-1000
MPU-2000
Acetronic 1979 March 22, 2018 Contains the Signetics 2650AI and Signetics 2636N