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AMIC offers its customers one of the largest memory IC portfolios available in the semiconductor industry

Proximity Sensor Advantage, NFC Tag, IC products, RFID system, semiconductor, Light Sensor, Multi Chip Package, MCP, One time PROM, DDR1 Synchronous DRAM, Low Power Asynchronous SRAM, Low Power, Standard Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM), NVM Memory IP

AMIC Technology

AMIC has a profound history in developing memory ICs. Starting as a new memory product division within United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), the art of making memory integrated circuits has already been developed since 1985. Since then, we released many industry-first type memory IC products.

AMIC offers its customers one of the largest memory IC portfolios available in the semiconductor industry today – complete solutions from SRAM to NOR FLASH, from DRAM to FIFO, from (Zero bus latency) SRAM to Mask-ROM and RF-ID TAG IC to meets all your demands.

Light Sensor、NFC / RFID、I P

What’s more, AMIC has transcends the Non-Memory field for Light Sensor, NFC / RFID, IP products which have significantly progress and competitiveness since 2012.

Worldwide recognition and acceptance within the Tier-1 industry has elevated AMIC to a world-class performing organization, which is navigated by industry veterans and excelled by young professionals.


AMIC began to develop RFID products in 2004. Our technical skills covering digital and mixed mode IC design, firmware design, software design, system hardware design。 The only and most important goal of AMIC's RFID is to become a comprehensive solution provider for many RFID users around the world. We focus on NFC Tags and HF (13.56MHz) passive products. We provide complete RFID system solutions and IC products. All products comply with internationally recognized standards, such as ISO and EPC Global specifications。


Contact

Your contact : Willy CHEN
Phone number: +886 3567 9966
Fax: +886 3567 9977

Address: No. 2 Li-Hsin 6th Road Science-based industrial Park Hsin-Chu City, 300, Taiwan
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