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LSI Logic Corporation was an electronics company specializing in data storage and computing, founded in 1981 in Milpitas, California by Wilfred Corrigan, Mitchell Bohn, Bill O'Meaa, and Rob Walker. Corrigan, the lead founder, served as CEO up until 2005. LSI Logic had many early investors and had its IPO valued at $153 million when it went public in 1983. LSI Logic is noted for the work it performed in collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment. The popular Sony game system, the Playstation, had its singular CPU chip fitted by LSI. In 2014, the Singaporean company Avago acquired LSI Logic for $6.6 billion.