Malaysia Microelectronic Solutions (My-MS) is Malaysia's first fabless semiconductor company. Located in Cyberjaya - the heart of Malaysia's Multimedia Super Corridor, the company's objective is to become a recognised fabless semiconductor company with full capabilities in IC design, wafer fabrication, assembly, test and marketing and sales of non-volatile memory products.
KH Distributors is the newly-appointed representative for My-MS in South Africa. It says that in addition, My-MS has established a good relationship with world-class wafer foundries and product engineering companies that adhere to high quality standards, ensuring continuity and reliability of supply.
My-MS develops and designs leading edge non-volatile memory products. These include: serial EEPROM U-wire; serial EEPROM IIC; low voltage and super low voltage products; security EEPROMs; OTP EPROMs; voice OTP EPROMs.
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