Components | July 06, 2012

'Cypress offer ain't no good'

Ramtron Board unanimously concludes Cypress’ unsolicited tender offer is inadequate and recommends stockholders not to tender their shares.
Dr. William G. Howard, Ramtron’s Chairman, explains:

“The Board believes that the Cypress offer undervalues Ramtron’s valuable intellectual property and F-RAM technological expertise as well as the Company’s strong long-term growth prospects.”

“Even at an offer price of $2.68 per share, we continue to believe the offer fails to reflect the Company’s strengthened competitive position, enlarged addressable market and progress being made toward expanding the Company’s product portfolio beyond specialty memory products to also include integrated semiconductor solutions."

"The Board is confident that as management continues to gain traction with its demand creation initiatives and new product introductions in 2012, the Company will be positioned to fully exploit the vast untapped opportunities for F-RAM-based low energy, wireless, and high data integrity solutions in the semiconductor market. We believe that long-term value inherent in this untapped opportunity rightly belongs to Ramtron stockholders.”


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