Paul Andrews Jr. did not set out to build a global distribution enterprise. “My first objective was survival”.
In one year, the electronics supply chain saw a level of disruption that once took decades to achieve. The 1990s were known for frenetic M&A activity ...
The company’s founder sells his second image processing company to Apple.
For $160 million, Cadence will get board- and system-level RF design capabilities to complement its circuit-level RF expertise.
eSilicon will sell most of its business to Inphi for $216M. Synopsys will purchase its embedded memory IP.
The acquisition adds industrial IoT products to Dialog's portfolio.
Do India's 'children' of Texas Instruments have a golden opportunity to expand the country's chip design hub?
With declining sales, Taiwan-based Lite-On Technology is selling its solid-state storage business to Toshiba Memory for $165 million.
Broadcom bid $10.7 billion for Symantec to grow a software portfolio that could make up a third of its revenues.
Despite reaching a settlement with longtime modem supplier Qualcomm, Apple clearly still has designs on its own internally developed modem chips.