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Maxim pays $130 million for MEMS firm

7/18/2011 11:45 AM EDT
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numberone2
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re: Maxim pays $130 million for MEMS firm
numberone2   7/23/2011 4:03:37 AM
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Don't worry, you will never be able to buy another sensordynamic part ever again

spiralbrain
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re: Maxim pays $130 million for MEMS firm
spiralbrain   7/19/2011 12:17:43 PM
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Only if they can keep the prices low and not look into our pockets for the $34 million.

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re: Maxim pays $130 million for MEMS firm
GREAT-Terry   7/18/2011 3:44:59 PM
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Hmm, its for Maxim to expand its product portfolio and MEMS may help to boost the sales of related signal processing products like amplifiers and ADCs.

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