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MIL1590 wide band amplifiers will continue in new partnership between Lansdale and Freescale - News

January 13, 2016
Phoenix, Ariz. Freescale and Lansdale Semiconductor Inc. have partnered to manufacture a wide band amplifier with AGC. The ML1590/BGA - originally designed and built by Motorola/Fresscale Semiconductor Inc. - will continue to be available at Lansdale and is supplied in (8) lead metal cans to Standard Microcircuit Drawing (SMD) 5962-876570 integrated circuits (ICs).

NXP buys Freescale, maker of PowerPC technology - News

March 11, 2015
AUSTIN, Texas. Officials at NXP Semiconductors N.V. and Freescale Semiconductor, Ltd. announced that the two companies have signed a definitive agreement that will have NXP merge with Freescale in a transaction valued at just over $40 billion. Freescale's PowerPC chips fuel computing and signal processing in many defense electronics applications such as avionics, radar, and electronic warfare.

Where, oh where, had AltiVec gone - and where is it now? - Interview with Glenn Beck, Network Products Division, Freescale Aerospace and Defense/Single Board Computing Market Segment Manager - Story

December 16, 2011
An oft-posed question in the military embedded space the past couple of years has been: Will Freescale ever bring AltiVec back? That question was recently answered when the company announced its AMP Series featuring - reinstated AltiVec. Managing Editor Sharon Hess interviewed Glenn Beck, Market Segment Manager for the Network Products Division, Freescale Aerospace and defense/Single Board Computing Market, in the following Q&A.