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Intel, Xilinx & Joe Costello Back EDA Firm Oasys

7/30/2013 00:00 AM EDT
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liangchen   8/13/2013 4:57:51 AM
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I don't know  is it a good news or bad?

 

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Peter Clarke   8/13/2013 5:41:05 AM
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A bit of both.

Good news for Oasys because it has some more money.

But it also looks like the company needed the money to carry on developing its products. And board-member Joe Costello and some other prominent users of the technology wanted to keep the technology going and so put up the cash.

What is your interpretation?

 

 

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