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This page cover the following companies: STMicroelectronics (STMicro), ST-Ericsson, and Synad.
- 2000: Synad is Founded
- 2002: Synad first Wi-Fi chipset (SY8000) 
- 2003: Synad is acquired by STMicro 
- 2009: STMicro Wi-Fi assets are spun-off to ST-Ericsson
- 2013: ST-Ericsson assets are merged back into STMicro
Synad homepage: synad.com
- SY8000 (2002) 802.11ab chipset CMOS 180nm, UMC fab, aka: Mercury or Mercury5G chipset
STMicro / ST-Ericsson
Ordered by release date:
- STLC4550 (2006) 802.11bg, used in Nokia N95
- STLC4560 (802.11bg) used in Nokia E71, Nokia N800/N810, among others
- linux driver is [p54], the same driver as Intersil Prism chipset
- CW1100 (2009) 802.11bgn 
STMicro / Quantenna
- STiH390 (2015) STMicro WiSoC with 802.11ac 4x4 wave2 MAC by Quantenna