Founded in 1969, LSI Computer Systems, Inc.
(LSI/CSI) began operations as the world's first fabless semiconductor
company. Since its inception, LSI/CSI has been engaged in
the design and production of Full Custom and Standard Integrated
Circuits. Using a broad array of process technologies,
LSI/CSI has produced ICs that extend from the consumer and
industrial marketplace to military and aerospace applications.
Our proven expertise and strong reputation have made us the
IC provider of choice for leading manufacturers in a broad
range of industries.
Full Custom Integrated Circuits
LSI/CSI offers turnkey development of mixed signal, full
custom ICs. An LSI/CSI full custom design results in the highest
performance custom chip at the lowest possible price for a high
LSI/CSI has the experience to guarantee successful
development and production of any full custom IC program. The in-depth
involvement of our staff ensures that our full custom ICs are both
initially optimized for their application and supported technically
throughout their life cycle.
Please contact us to find out what an LSI/CSI full
custom IC can do for your product. You will also find out why we've
earned the confidence and loyalty of our customers.
Technology and Capability
Analog, Digital and Mixed Signal
NON - VOLATILE MEMORY OPTIONS
HIGH AND LOW VOLTAGE
Please click on the standard products button to
obtain information about our standard ICs. Our standard products
come with the same high level of technical support provided for
our Full Custom ICs. Application assistance is always just a phone
Quality and Customer
LSI/CSI assures the quality of its products
by designing in testability that allows the IC functionality
to be effectively tested. Using advanced ATE, all circuits
are subjected to 100% testing in both wafer form prior to
assembly and as packaged devices prior to shipment. The company's
internal controls and procedures are certified to ISO
9001:2008. LSI/CSI guarantees the reliability of
its products by using proven design techniques, foundry sources
and assembly facilities.
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