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The Analog IC Migration to Foundries... with Mike Noonen

 Mike Noonen     Silicon Catalyst
  11503      Apr 8, 2014
By migrating its analog product offerings to 300mm, TI changed the competitive landscape of the linear IC market. This sparked a migration of analog chip companies to foundries in search of lower cost wafers. As it turns out, there’s more driving it than cost. Analog companies are developing new approaches to sales, marketing, and manufacturing strategy as a result of going fabless.  My guest Mike Noonen, who is no stranger to the foundry space, joined us for a conversation about how these new trends are unfolding.
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