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7/12/2010 05:41 AM EDT
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re: WiSpry supply MEMS process Infineon
Peter Clarke   7/12/2010 10:18:08 AM
It seems a lot of attention has been turning to antenna, LNA and PA development recently -- and not just since Apple's unfortunate problems with its iPhone-4 model. Of course WiSpry may find themselves working with a company other than Infineon in the fullness of time, as a deal is reported to be close on the sale of Infineon's business unit to Intel (see Analyst: Nokia's modem move hints at Intel-Infineon done deal).

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