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Qualcomm pays 47,000 million dollars by NXP Semiconductors

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Long we know interest in Qualcomm introduce their chips into the market of cars and televisions. This is one of the main motivations that have led to the U.S. to take such an important step as to do with NXP Semiconductors, company which have paid no less than 47,000 million dollars, if we tanteemos to the statement published on the website of NXP.

Now well… why at Qualcomm have chosen to NXP Semiconductors and not another company? If we do a bit of memory and throw of bibliography, NXP was born in 2006 Frans can Houten hand, just as this was the delegate of the Philips Semiconductors division. The name that was given at that time has its origin in Nexperia, name that was known to the division, and the slogan Next Consumer Experience.

Qualcomm will enter through the front door in the sector of the car thanks to the purchase of NXP Semiconductors.

After many years of hard work, developments and investment in projects, the company finally gets mention in the market, especially in the manufacture of components for mobile such as NFC and ARM processors, as well as in the automobile sector, in which the company has managed to stand out above the rest getting 40% of its revenue to come from this sector.

As you can see, in this case in particular Qualcomm not only has decided to pull the portfolio to become a benchmark in this sector, but also acquires to the most influential company of the same. As he has been said, the company intends to close the transaction by the end of 2017 with the intention that both companies end up generating a benefit 30,000 million dollars.

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