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Harris Semiconductor
P.O. Box 883,
Melbourne, FL 32902 USA
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Harris Semiconductor Distributor

Hello and welcome to I.C. Plus, Inc. We are the leader in supplying hard to find or obsolete Harris Semiconductor components. I.C. Plus, Inc stocks hundreds of thousands of Harris partsparts in our ISO 9001:2008 certified (pending) industrial warehouse to ensure the highest quality (NON – COUNTERFEIT) parts. I.C. Plus, Inc is an inventory distributor of Harris Semiconductor components you can count on us to offer you the best prices and the fastest shipping in the industry.

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About Harris Semiconductor

Harris sold its printing equipment business in 1983 and acquired Lanier Business Products, later renamed Lanier Worldwide. Lanier, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, was the world’s largest independent supplier of office systems. In 1988 Harris acquired General Electrics semiconductor operations, which more than doubled the size of Harris existing semiconductor business. The acquisition significantly expanded Harris participation in commercial semiconductor markets for automotive, telecommunication, and power products.

At the time of its centennial celebration in 1995, Harris had become a worldwide company with annual sales of approximately $3.5 billion and 27,000 people focused on four major businesses electronic Systems, Semiconductors, Communications, and Lanier office systems.

Harris implemented a significant restructuring program in 1999 and set a bold new course by refocusing all of its resources on the global communications equipment market. It sold its Semiconductor business — now called Intersil — and spun off its Lanier Worldwide subsidiary as a tax-free dividend to shareholders.

In January 2003, Howard L. Lance succeeded Philip W. Farmer as president and chief executive officer of Harris Corporation. Mr. Farmer retired after a 21-year career with the company. Mr. Lance was elected chairman of the Board of Directors in June 2003.

In July 2004, the Orkand Corporation was acquired and was integrated into the Harris Technical Services business, now called IT Services. In 2004 and 2005, Harris significantly expanded its Broadcast Communications business with the acquisitions of the Encoda Systems software business in November 2004 and the acquisition and Leitch Technology Corporation in October 2005. Leitch is a global leader in providing high-performance video systems for the television broadcast industry.

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