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  • coder
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    Originally posted by vextium View Post
    Its failing is a good thing, actually. Companies need to be separated more, not merged into a mega-conglomerate.
    They were trying to buy Tower because its capabilities were complementary to those of IFS. It wasn't being done to snuff out a competitor, but rather to be able to offer IFS customers a broader range of capabilities. That's why they're moving ahead with this extremely close partnership.

    I think this might've meant to play into Intel's chiplet/tile strategy, in which case you could see some benefits to having both digital an analog manufacturing capabilities within a single company.

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  • timofonic
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    I don't get what all this corporate mumbo jumbo means beyond some very basic stuff..

    Can anyone explain? Please...

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  • vextium
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    Its failing is a good thing, actually. Companies need to be separated more, not merged into a mega-conglomerate.

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  • StarterX4
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    As always it failed due to the regulatory trash, and as always China opposing any foreign acquisition. But Chinese companies of course can acquire any other company.

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    Intel & Tower Semiconductor Reach Foundry Agreement

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    Following Intel's acquisition of Tower Semiconductor falling through due to failing to obtain all the necessary regulatory approvals, Intel and Tower today announced a foundry agreement...

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