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Added on April 26, 2012

With the launching of our new ELDRS (Extended Low Dose Radiation Sensitivity) facility, Intersil has solidified its leadership position in the Space IC market. Our acceptance testing strategy hasn't changed, we've just improved it by extending the scope of the type of radiation testing we provide. Nick van Vonno discusses Intersil's commitment to wafer-level radiation acceptance testing.

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