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GermanInTI
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re: Fujitsu, Panasonic to form fabless chip firm
GermanInTI   2/12/2013 5:19:27 PM
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Sales team of both takes care of their accounts and not their products, I wonder how will they divide their sales team into System LSI and others.

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re: Fujitsu, Panasonic to form fabless chip firm
GroovyGeek   2/11/2013 6:20:28 AM
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This reminds me of the merger of Sears and Kmart. Let's take two laggards, dress up their business a bit, merge them and create a high performer. This one will end the same way Sears and Kmart did - in a disappointment for the hopefuls.

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re: Fujitsu, Panasonic to form fabless chip firm
eewiz   2/8/2013 4:41:17 AM
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Didnt Sharp have a semi division? They should have roped in them too I guess.



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