Tundra to buy chip-layout specialist Quadic for $45 million News & Analysis 8/31/2000 Post a comment KANATA, Ontario--Tundra Semiconductor Corp. here today announced plans to acquire Quadic Systems Inc., an analog chip developer and design-layout specialist based in South Portland, Maine. Tundra said the purchase will help it reduce development time for high-speed interconnect technology in communications-chip applications. Tundra plans to buy Quadic for stock and cash, valued at up to $45 million.
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