IDT Integrated Circuits
Founded in 1980 to make semiconductors, IDT currently specializes in integrated circuits for network processing, in particular packet inspection products for firewalls. Historically, IDT was best known for their MIPS processors and for the IDT WinChip, an x86 processor designed by its Centaur Technology subsidiary. Their broad product mix includes memory, networking devices, RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computing) and x86 microprocessors, SRAM (Static Random Access Memory), and high-performance logic.
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Small Die (20k) |
Medium Die (45k) |
Large Die (85k)
R4600 (IDT Version)
Small Die (71k) |
Medium Die (126k) |
Large Die (170k)
R5000 (IDT Version)
Small Die (115k) |
Medium Die (221k) |
Large Die (315k)
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