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John.Cheng
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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
John.Cheng   9/15/2011 3:29:04 AM
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I saw Cadence acquired many products. Unfortunately, some good products were acquired and then were killed. Not sure what is the future for Azuro.

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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
blahblahs   7/15/2011 2:44:46 PM
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cadence acquired Build Gates from Ambit for 150M $, RTL compiler for 150M $. They must have made 10M out of both products in the past 10 years. Cadence is a company which acquires products, more products without really translating it ever into cash for shareholders

UnderboatBoy
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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
UnderboatBoy   7/14/2011 8:30:46 PM
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Cadence ALWAYS changes things. If it ain't broke, they FIX IT.

GREAT-Terry
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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
GREAT-Terry   7/14/2011 1:03:19 AM
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Maybe the EDA companies are also having problem in organic growth so they acquire companies. By doing so, they also kill potential competitors, this may be a win-win situation if the new team is managed properly

dnenni
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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
dnenni   7/13/2011 12:12:39 AM
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Oh please, it was an asset sale! http://www.semiwiki.com/forum/content/625-cadence-aquires-azurro.html It should not be mentioned in the same article as Altos. D.A.N. www.SemiWiki.com

_hm
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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
_hm   7/12/2011 2:43:01 PM
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Acquisition is an integral part of economy. However, for this kind of special technology development company and its engineer needs special environment to thrive. New manamgement should not disturb it. If they try to change their culture without understandnig their needs, they may not get best out of them.

eewiz
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re: Cadence acquires power specialist Azuro
eewiz   7/12/2011 2:35:28 PM
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EDA companies grow only through acquisition these days. IMO they should focus more on innovation within the company and organic growth.



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