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Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc. engages in the development of power management solutions. It operates through the following segments: Mobile, Computing, Consumer, and Communication (MCCC), Power Conversion, Industrial, and Automotive (PCIA), and Standard Discrete and Standard Linear (SDT). The MCCC segment manufactures and sells analog components, mixed signal integrated circuits, and low voltage power metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors for mobile, consumer, computing, and communication applications. The PCIA segment designs and manufactures and sells analog and mixed signal integrated circuits, multi-chip smart power modules and discrete power products that provide power conversion and power management functions to a set of end market applications including industrial, home appliances, automotive, mobile, server and cloud computing and consumer electronics. The SDT segment combines the management of mature and multiple market products which provide generic solutions from the company's product lines. The company was founded by Gordon E. Moore, C. Sheldon Roberts, Eugene Kleiner, Robert N. Noyce, Victor H. Grinich, Julius Blank, Jean A. Hoerni and Jay T. Last on October 1, 1957 and is headquartered in San Jose, CA.
|Mark S. Thompson||Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer|
|Mark S. Frey||Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer & EVP|
|Paul D. Delva||Secretary, Senior Vice President & General Counsel|
|Gaurang Shah||Senior Vice President-Power Systems Group|
|Chris Allexandre||SVP-Worldwide Sales & Marketing|