Chipmakers Open Checkbooks to Bolster Connectivity | EE Times


Infineon Technologies has inked a deal to acquire Cypress Semiconductor for $10 billion, the latest in a series of acquisitions of connectivity chip suppliers in the last few months.

Last week, NXP announced it was acquiring Marvell’s WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity assets for $1.76 billion.

And in March, Nvidia said it was acquiring networking IC vendor Mellanox Technologies for $6.9 billion.

The common thread appears to be connectivity.

Source: Chipmakers Open Checkbooks to Bolster Connectivity | EE Times

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