CML Celebrates 30 Years as Public Company (2/11/14)
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 | Comments

CML Microcircuits is celebrating 30 years of being a public company. CML’s parent, CML Microsystems, first went public on the London Stock Exchange in February 1984 and has since grown considerably.

"The 30-year announcement as a public company is a testament to the group’s ongoing success in defining, developing and delivering high-quality, innovative semiconductor solutions to our customers,” said Chris Gurry, CML's group managing director “We are proud of the position we hold in being the U.K.’s first and most enduring fabless semiconductor company.”

CML Microcircuits was founded in 1968 and originally focused on the supply of remote controls to the consumer industry. It has come a long way since then to become a world leader in the design, development and supply of low-power analog, digital and mixed-signal semiconductors for telecommunications systems worldwide.

CML has a global customer base served through a distribution network of specialist suppliers, supported by CML's offices in the United Kingdom, United States and Singapore.

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