The transition to a new CEO won't affect Silicon Labs' strategy for targeting the nuts and bolts of the Internet of Things.
The new management at Advanced Micro Devices has correctly recognized that 2012 is the beginning of what Intel’s Andy Grove used to call an inflection point.
Ted Tewksbury, a veteran analog engineer, joined IDT as CEO on April Fool’s Day in 2008. Since then, he has become the primary architect of IDT's new strategy that was undertaken without anyone’s “really noticing it,” during a period of economic upheaval.
LE Tech, the Japanese manufacturer of components for popular "pachinko" arcade machines, is applying its expertise in random number generation to the embedded security world. The result is a high-resilience microcontroller that eliminates the need for system resets after a software failure.
Power supply specialist Vicor and CEO Patrizio Vinciarelli are seeking to recharge the company in the midst of what Vinciarelli views as a shifting power supply marketplace. The key to Vicor's strategy may be a renewed IP licensing effort.
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