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Agilent & Cascade Microtech Form RF Test Alliance

6/4/2014 07:55 AM EDT
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krisi   6/5/2014 9:22:09 AM
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thank you @MeasurementBlues...it looked to me these are complementary businesses but I really don't follow that market...I used Cascade probes in the lab many years ago and was really happy with them, I think it was the only product that could be used at the time to do highg-speed on-silicon measurements....Kris

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MeasurementBlues   6/5/2014 9:17:19 AM
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@krisi,

Remember that the T&M business of Agilent is being split off into Keysight. As of August 1, Keysight will operate as a subsidiary of Agilent and will sever some time in November. So, any acquisitions are rather unlikely for the time being.

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krisi   6/4/2014 6:52:18 PM
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maybe agilent should just aquire cascade

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