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Loss-making Peregrine prices IPO to raise $77 million

8/8/2012 10:21 AM EDT
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re: Loss-making Peregrine prices IPO to raise $77 million
WaveMan0   8/8/2012 11:27:35 PM
Peregrine is a has-been in the fabless RF semicon industry. While their Si-on-Sapphire technology has some merits for military and space applications, there are few merits for its use in the wireless mobile terminal markets. What's their big products? Switches and hard to compete with the brutally razor thin margins and the likes of Skyworks (especially with their CMOS and SiGe competencies), Triquint, RFMD, etc. Their time has come and gone...

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