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Movidius signs $25 million Chinese partnership deal

3/25/2012 04:57 PM EDT
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re: Movidius signs $25 million Chinese partnership deal
agk   3/27/2012 9:51:07 AM
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The Chinese manufacturer Keen high seems to have a good manufacturing and design facility. Also Movidius is working for Toshiba for a 3-D image capture system for integration by camera module makers and for use in smartphones.

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goafrit   3/26/2012 9:25:54 AM
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Seems like the industry is seeing lots of deals these days. China is also poised to become a big player in the fab business. I think this is over for U.S. and Western Europe

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