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Topic - Cirrus Logic Inc.
) is a fabless semiconductor supplier specializing in analog, mixed-signal, and audio DSP integrated circuits (ICs). They are presently headquartered in Austin, Texas. Their audio processors and audio converters are found in many professional audio and consumer entertainment products, including portable media players, home-theater receivers, TVs and set-top box hardware. Cirrus Logic's analog mixed-signal converter chips are also used in a wide variety of industrial energy-related applications. At one time, Cirrus Logic also designed and sold modem controllers, Hard Disk controller chips, CD-drive controller chips, PC sound-card controllers, and PC graphics chips (Cirrus Logic has ended these business operations.) It was started as Patil Systems, Inc., in Salt Lake City in 1981, by Dr. Suhas Patil and renamed as Cirrus Logic when it moved to Silicon Valley in 1984. - Source: Wikipedia
Apple certainly has lots of buzz and corporate cache behind its products, but there's a hidden _ almost mundane _ reason its newest iPad is likely to dominate the competition: the advantageous deals the company cuts with components manufacturers.
Cirrus Logic Inc. shares fell Thursday after a Stifel Nicolaus analyst downgraded the chip maker's stock to "hold" from "buy."