TELINK SEMICONDUCTOR (Shanghai) CO, LTD is a fabless IC design company and was founded in 2010 with subsidiaries and offices in California, Shenzhen, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Telink is dedicated to the development of highly integrated low power radio-frequency and mixed signal system chips for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The current product portfolio from Telink includes low-power 2.4Ghz RF SoCs for Bluetooth Smart, Zigbee, 6LoWPAN/Thread, Homekit and low-power high-precision analog ICs for resistive/capacitive/electromagnetic touch control, serving numerous markets including smart lighting, home automation, smart city, and other consumer electronics markets. Telink leverages its world class core team with both oversea and local talents, and is striving to become a world-leading semiconductor company. With constant innovation, Telink Semiconductor continuously provides system-level IoT chips to its customers with rapid time-to-market and exceptional added values.
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Private
HQ
Tustin, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
47 (est)
Telink was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Tustin, US
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Telink Office Locations

Telink has an office in Tustin
Tustin, US (HQ)
220 3002 Dow Ave
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2010

Time since last funding

3 years ago

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Telink News and Updates

The iPhone 3GS is going back on sale, but for a limited time and only in South Korea

Apple hasn't manufactured a new iPhone 3GS since the now-ancient smartphone was retired in 2012. But shoppers in South Korea will be able to pick one up before June is over. South Korean wireless carrier SK Telink discovered an unsold shipment of the third-generation iPhone hidden away in a wareho…

South Korean carrier reintroduces iPhone 3GS

Apple may have officially discontinued the iPhone 3GS years ago, but that isn’t stopping South Korean carrier SK Telink from resuming sales of the device at the end of this month. Korea’s ETNews reports that the carrier discovered an unsold cache of new-in-box iPhone 3GS devices at a warehouse, and …
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