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NetLogic acquires Optichron

3/21/2011 04:07 PM EDT
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GREAT-Terry
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re: NetLogic acquires Optichron
GREAT-Terry   3/22/2011 3:13:57 AM
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As far as I know, Optichron is doing quite well in the DFE and its digital predistortion technology is leading in the industry. I just don't know if Netlogic can manage this small team well as this is quite different from the processor business they are used to.

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goafrit   3/22/2011 2:11:48 AM
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Interesting. Hardware firms get no good valuation. If it had been software, a lot of billions will be moving around.

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