Anadigm Moves US Base to Phoenix Area

June 29, 2004 by Jeff Shepard

Anadigm (Tempe, AZ), a fabless semiconductor company that specializes in programmable analog chips for audio, industrial, RFID, and environmental control systems, announced that it is moving its US base from California’s Silicon Valley to Tempe, AZ, a suburb of Phoenix. A venture-backed technology spinoff from Motorola, Anadigm was founded in January 2000 and completed a third round of financing worth $15 million in October 2003.

"Compared with Silicon Valley, Arizona provides us with a much more cost-effective location while providing access to a highly qualified pool of hardware and software engineering talent," said Anadigm President and CEO Bill McLean. "With neighbors such as Freescale Semiconductor, Intel and MicroChip, we feel very much at home in our new US headquarters location."