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Maximís CEO on analog, Intel, Samsung and more

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6/4/2013 01:00 PM EDT
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docdivakar
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docdivakar   6/17/2013 8:31:50 PM
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Nice to see a dedicated analog engineer lead the company. It remains to be seen where Maxim grows in the MEMS business with SensorDynamics acquisition. Maxim can certainly leverage its presence in the automobile market. MP Divakar

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anon7632755   6/11/2013 1:23:19 AM
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Yeah but do we have to buy the whole fab run to get a part? Or are things in the catalog but not available?

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ErrantOne   6/10/2013 6:42:36 AM
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"If you are in more complex products, then you can win and maintain the socket. Itís not something a competitor can deliver in six months." Perhaps a bit obvious but also true. Easy to say but harder to do.

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geekmaster   6/5/2013 6:49:03 PM
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Love it! Great interview and inspiring!

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