Axiom Denies Silicon Lab Charges

March 2004
Electronic News;3/22/2004, Vol. 50 Issue 12, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports that Axiom Microdevices has rejected charges that one of its technical advisory board members had stolen trade secrets from Silicon Laboratories Inc. in 2004. Allegations against Ali Niknejad, a member of Axiom's technical advisory board who previously worked on Silicon Labs' CMOS RF power amplifier; Statement issued by Antoine Paquin, Axiom president and CEO, which criticized Silicon Labs' allegations as well as their technology.


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