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Electronics Production | February 13, 2009

Texas Instruments acquires CICLON Semiconductor

TI has acquired CICLON Semiconductor Device. The acquisition expands TI's capability to improve energy efficiency in today's end-equipment designs, including high-power computing and server systems.
"Combining CICLON's technology and expertise with TI's industry-leading power management semiconductor portfolio gives us a tremendous advantage when solving customers' complex power design requirements," said Steve Anderson, senior vice president for TI's Power Management business unit. "The acquisition also opens doors for us to engage in the high-current power MOSFET space, viewed by industry analysts as a multi-billion dollar market opportunity."

Mark Granahan, chief executive officer of CICLON Semiconductor, said, "Combining CICLON's talent and technology with TI's high-performance analog portfolio, global sales force and power management expertise will give equipment designers quicker access to proven power supply solutions that meet or exceed the most stringent industry regulations and requirements, such as 90-percent plus efficiency."
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