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Kinnar
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re: TI closes National acquisition
Kinnar   9/25/2011 7:03:41 AM
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Acquisition can be said a good merger, as now designer will get a better interfacing of Code Composer Studio and LabView.

_hm
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re: TI closes National acquisition
_hm   9/25/2011 1:08:52 AM
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Alongwith financial contribution, TI should also consider innovation from NSC. Will it suffer or will it propsper? I am more interested in innovation from NSC.

KB3001
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re: TI closes National acquisition
KB3001   9/24/2011 5:27:06 PM
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TI wants to be a one-stop-shop for Analog and integrated electronic devices. Economies of scope and scale could give it a major comparative advantage.

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re: TI closes National acquisition
GCn   9/24/2011 2:55:37 PM
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Maybe to fill the capacity utilization of their 12 inch foundry....

t.alex
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re: TI closes National acquisition
t.alex   9/24/2011 4:04:44 AM
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Maybe to reduce competitors.

Sanjib.A
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re: TI closes National acquisition
Sanjib.A   9/24/2011 2:36:30 AM
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Just curious to know the objective that the TI management had in their mind for this acquisition. Is it because TI wanted to increase their market share and portfolio in the analog domain (I noticed, analog have been in TI's focus in the seminars since last couple of years)? Does TI plan to become analog giant?

goafrit
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re: TI closes National acquisition
goafrit   9/24/2011 1:51:48 AM
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They will disinvest from this in five years. it is bad business and will depress earnings

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