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Renesas Electronics Acquires Apple Supplier, Dialog Semiconductor, for $5.9B

In an unprecedented move, Renesas has successfully made a bid to acquire Dialog Semiconductor, a well-known Apple supplier, for $5.9 billion. How will this reshape the components market moving forward?

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Sigurd Microelectronics Acquires UTAC Taiwan, Opens Possibility of New Supply Chain Routes to N. America and Beyond

Sigurd, an OSAT, is set to acquire UTAC Taiwan for $165 million. The merger will open up new supply chain routes for both N. America and China.

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Bel Fuse acquires rms Connectors and EOS Power India

Bel Fuse, Inc kicked off 2021 by acquiring rms Connectors and EOS Power India Private Ltd. Will this help it edge out competition by building a more geographically diverse production capacity?

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GlobalWafers Acquires Siltronic for $4.5 Billion

GlobalWafers announced its intention to buy Siltronic for €3.75 billion ($4.5 billion) earlier this week. The Taiwanese corporation expects its purchase of the German company to be complete by the first half of 2021.

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Maxim Integrated’s MAX4704 4:1 Analog Multiplexers

Maxim Integrated's MAX4704 4:1 Analog Multiplexer is a versatile and powerful component. So much so, that design engineers should keep it in mind as they look forward to the next evolution of product. Learn more.

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Intelligent Automotive Trends for 2020 and Beyond

We’ve certainly come a long way in the automotive industry since the first Model-T was produced in 1908. For decades, vehicular advancements were measured in horsepower, miles per gallon, torque, and other electro-mechanical attributes. And in many ways, they still are. However, with the exciting new world of connected automobiles in full swing, cars are just as likely to be gauged on their Wi-Fi capability as their fuel efficiency. Let’s review some connected automobile trends to watch for in 2020 and the coming decade.

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Cypress Semiconductor Acquired by Infineon Following A Security Review

Infineon successfully acquires Cypress Semiconductor in a $10 Billion deal. Despite the concerns regarding the acquisition of Cypress, the U.S. National Security has approved the merger after a review.

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