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Semiconductor Horizon Gets Wider

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Wider but fuzzy
jaime.arroyo   8/29/2016 9:52:25 AM
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I agree there are a lot of opportunities emerging for new chip applications. That combined with the consolidation of the semiconductor supplier companies, leaves a lot of space for new players that can fill the gaps. What is not clear to me is if these new players can easily find enough funding to bring this new applications into the market in a disruptive way. Product definition is key.

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