Analog Devices Acquires Multigig for High-Speed Clocking Technology
NORWOOD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Analog Devices, Inc. (stock symbol: ADI) today announced that it has acquired Multigig, Inc., a small, privately-held San Jose, California, company specializing in highly innovative high-performance clocking technology. The acquisition will enhance ADI’s clocking capabilities in stand-alone and embedded applications, and will strengthen ADI’s industry-leading position in delivering high-speed data converters and signal processing solutions for our customers.(visit ADI’s clock and timing portfolio page).
“The acquisition of Multigig fits squarely in the middle of our high-speed signal processing strategy and will further strengthen our portfolio of very high performance stand-alone and integrated clocking solutions,” said Peter Real, ADI vice president of Linear and Radio Frequency products and technology. “Continually evolving end markets such as wireless and wire line communications place ever more stringent demands on signal processing solutions and high-performance clocking capabilities are critical to meeting customers’ system requirements.”
Analog Devices acquired Multigig, Inc. in a cash transaction completed on March 30, 2012. The engineers will become part of ADI’s existing clock design team and will move to ADI’s San Jose, CA facility.
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Date Posted 3/30/2012
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