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re: Peregrine files for $100 million IPO
docdivakar   11/22/2010 8:38:15 PM
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To Peregrine, one of my former employers, I wish the best in its endeavors as a soon-to-be public company. This is nearly 10 years in the making and I admire the wherewithal of its management (congrats Drs. Reedy & Cable!). Now I wish I had exercised my options before leaving! It looks like they unloaded their Australian fab (the article above says they are now fab-less). They also spun off their photonics group several years ago which was on the verge of becoming accretive to their bottom line. Dr. MP Divakar

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re: Peregrine files for $100 million IPO
goafrit   11/21/2010 6:28:20 PM
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A very good question since Intel is everywhere.

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re: Peregrine files for $100 million IPO
yalanand   11/20/2010 4:29:35 PM
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Best of luck to Peregrine. Just wondering why intel is left behind and IBM took the lead in this technology.

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re: Peregrine files for $100 million IPO
goafrit   11/20/2010 7:49:54 AM
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Congratulations to Peregrine. We wish them good luck considering that many semiconductor firms find the environment tougher to compete.



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