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nicolas.mokhoff
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re: Linear Technology acquires Dust Networks
nicolas.mokhoff   1/10/2012 4:07:49 PM
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Combining sensor technology into a linear technology powerhouse might get other linear technology powerhouses to take similar steps. Anyone who ignores sensor technology in the "the Internet of everything" age does so at their peril.

alioscia
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re: Linear Technology acquires Dust Networks
alioscia   1/10/2012 3:34:23 PM
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I think the next acquisition will be STMicroelectronics vs Ember

GREAT-Terry
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re: Linear Technology acquires Dust Networks
GREAT-Terry   12/23/2011 3:15:58 PM
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It is the first acquisition of Linear Technology for the last 30 years as this company is so conservative in bringing new stuff in its own unique culture. Hope this is a good move for this customer to seek healthy growth.

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re: Linear Technology acquires Dust Networks
goafrit   12/21/2011 8:48:41 PM
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Everyone is looking for outside innovation via acqusisition. This is certainly a good trend as startups can exist immediately.



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