Sanyo Semiconductor Device Corporation, or Sanyo Semicon Device, was a subsidiary of Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., a Japanese electronics company. Sanyo Semicon Device was a manufacturer of semiconductor devices, including diodes, transistors, and other components for consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial applications. The company was established in 1970 and was headquartered in Osaka, Japan.
Sanyo Semicon Device was known for its high-quality products and its commitment to meeting the needs of its customers. The company had a strong focus on research and development and was involved in the development of new technologies and products for the semiconductor industry. Sanyo Semicon Device's products were widely used in a variety of applications and helped support the growth of the electronics industry.
In 2010, Sanyo Electric was acquired by Panasonic Corporation, a leading global electronics company. As a result, Sanyo Semicon Device became a subsidiary of Panasonic and was integrated into its semiconductor business. The acquisition allowed Panasonic to expand its product portfolio and offerings in the semiconductor market and further strengthen its position in the electronics industry.
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