News Release from: QualCore Logic
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 9 September 2003
Acquisition expands IP offerings
QualCore Logic has acquired Leda Systems of Plano, Texas, a leading provider of analogue and mixed-signal silicon IP.
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QualCore Logic has acquired Leda Systems of Plano, Texas, a leading provider of analogue and mixed-signal silicon IP. The acquisition expands QualCore Logic's portfolio of digital IP and design services to include a full complement of mixed-signal, analogue and radio-frequency (RF) offerings. It enables QualCore Logic to fully support the consumer electronics, graphics and imaging, wireless and communications markets with a range of silicon IP, design services and full-service ASIC capabilities.
Financial terms of the acquisition are not being disclosed.
The combined company, with offices in Sunnyvale, California, Plano, Texas, and Hyderabad, India, now has close to 200 employees and consultants.
"Leda Systems' expertise in mixed-signal design was particularly attractive to us strategically and synergistically", says Mahendra Jain, President of QualCore Logic.
"Expanding our offerings enables us fully support today's mixed-signal SoC design requirements, while growing the business".
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