Intersil Corporation specialises in the design and manufacture of high-performance analog semiconductors for four high-growth markets — Communications, Computing, High End Consumer and Industrial. Intersil’s roots were planted with Radiation Incorporated in 1950, General Electric Solid State in 1954 and RCA Solid State in 1956 and Intersil, Inc in 1967. Those companies eventually came together as Harris Semiconductor in 1988. Harris spun off its entire semiconductor division in 1999 and Intersil was re-born with the largest IPO in American semiconductor industry history. Intersil has focused on growth and opportunities in the “pure-play,” high-performance analog semiconductor market.