July 2006
Electronics Weekly;7/19/2006, Issue 2250, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that E2v Technologies Ltd. has acquired Atmel Corp.'s facility in Grenoble, France, in a $140m deal last week. According to Keith Attwood, CEO of E2v, the deal valued the French business at five times. He added that the deal will bring E2v some 500 staff with high calibre engineering capabilities, including technical semiconductor knowledge.


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