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RMI Corporation
raza microelectronics logo.svg
Type Private
Founded 2002
Founder Atiq Raza
Fate Acquired by NetLogic
Defunct 2009
Headquarters Cupertino, CA

Raza Microelectronics, Inc. (RMI), later renamed RMI Corporation, was a fabless semiconductor company specializing in MIPS processors.


RMI was a privately held fabless semiconductor company founded by Atiq Raza, the former CEO of NexGen and later, when it was acquired by AMD in 1996, the COO of AMD. Raza founded RMI in 2002 to develop embedded and networking processors. In 2006 RMI acquired the Alchemy processor line from AMD.

In 2009 NetLogic Microsystems announced it will acquire RMI for $175.4 million in stock and $8.0 million in cash. NetLogic was acquired by Broadcom in 2012.

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Facts about "RMI Corporation"
company typeprivate +
defunct2009 +
fateAcquired by NetLogic +
founded2002 +
founderAtiq Raza +
full page nameraza +
headquartersCupertino, CA +
instance ofsemiconductor company +
nameRMI Corporation +
website + and +
wikidata idQ2124355 +