Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc., through its subsidiary, engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of power analog, power discrete, and nonpower semiconductor solutions. Its products are used in consumer, communications, computer, industrial, and automotive applications. The company operates in three segments: Power Analog, Power Discrete, and Standard Products. The Power Analog segment designs, manufactures, and markets analog and mixed signal integrated circuits that monitor, interpret, and control continuously variable functions, such as light, color, sound, and energy. These products are used in computing, consumer, communications, industrial, and automotive applications. The Power Discrete segment designs, manufactures, and markets power discrete semiconductors, such as Power MOSFETs, isolated-gate bipolar transistors, rectifiers, and radio frequency products that perform power switching, power conditioning, and signal amplification functions in electronic circuits for computing, communications, industrial, and automotive applications. The Standard Products segment designs, develops, manufactures, and markets standard logic devices, standard diode and transistor products, optoelectronic products, optocouplers infrared products, LED lamps and displays, and standard linear products. The company operates in the United States, other Americas, Europe, China, Taiwan, Korea, and Asia/Pacific. Fairchild Semiconductor International was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in South Portland, Maine.