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mranderson
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re: Analyst: Marvell should buy EZchip
mranderson   3/4/2011 5:08:52 AM
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An acquisition would be worth considering a year or two ago. And I think it would have been perhaps Intel, Qualcomm, or TI trying to buy Marvell given the low P/E ratio, healthy income stream, and no debt.

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re: Analyst: Marvell should buy EZchip
Robotics Developer   2/24/2011 12:58:34 AM
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Is there any technical/logical reason for Marvell to buy EZchip? Is there a strategic technology or synergy that I am missing that would make sense? I am curious as to why they would do this.

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re: Analyst: Marvell should buy EZchip
goafrit   2/24/2011 12:42:11 AM
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Interesting when analysts make suggestions. Business is not just numbers. Otherwise AOL and Time Warner would not have broken. Marvel better grow organically than risk all these gambles.



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