Next Generation technologies continue to drive change in the semiconductor industry, and Cypress’s recent acquisition of Cirrent is a prime example of this.
Commentators have been left confounded by IBM’s recent acquisition of Red Hat – questioning the appeal of a company that prides itself on open-source code, meaning much of the development is free for the taking.
The global semiconductor industry is evolving steadily, driven by product innovation coupled with aggressive research and development and new manufacturing technologies. Increasing digitalisation has propelled the demand for semiconductors and changed the way the industry operates.
In a move designed to capture a share of the intelligent mining market, Zyfra – a software company developing AI and IIoT solutions – have acquired VIST Group, an industry leader in the development and implementation of technologies for intelligent mining.
In recent years, US President, Donald Trump, has voiced concerns to the WTO over China’s alleged violations of US intellectual property rights.
Massachusetts-based firm Parametric Technology (PTC) has long used acquisitions to help stay abreast of the rapidly developing world of enterprise software.
Japan is striking up overseas deals at an unprecedented rate.
Over the last few years, the patient engagement solutions market has grown significantly, and companies in the industry have started to consolidate through mergers and acquisitions.
Mediafly, an enterprise software company that delivers mobile-enablement solutions, has acquired Alinean, a martech company that develops tools to help B2B marketing teams quantify the value of their products and services.
In a bid to tap the burgeoning Indian e-commerce market, New York-based Martech company Bluecore is buying Betaout, a marketing software start-up based in Noida.