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Electronics Production | November 25, 2005

Wavebreaker fuels up Flextronics plants

Wavebreaker, a Sweden-based developer of systems for 3G, WLAN, and Wimax, was earlier this year acquired by EMS-giant Flextronics. Wavebreaker's new task is to fuel up Flextronics' factories with new orders and customers, rather than making its revenue from the development itself.
In order to gain the volume-production, Flextronics also needs to provide its customers with development, and design of the radio-systems. And Wavebreaker is an essential piece of that puzzle.

Wavebreaker is very happy with Flextronics' strategy of offering its clients the whole chain of services within electronics production. Through Wavebreakers competence in the area of wireless radio, Flextronics is convinced that Wavebreaker will have an important roll in this strategy.

The aim of Flextronics' acqusition of Wavebreaker was originally to increase the competence within development of advance radio-applications. Wavebreaker task within Flextronics is today to fuel the factories with new jobs rather than make its revenue from research and development projects.

Wavebreaker still exists as a company, however it has changed its board of directors. The name will also soon be changed.

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