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Dialog Semiconductor Says Expects Q2 2020 Revenue To Be In Range Of $290 Mln To $305 Mln
Adesto Announces Completion Of CFIUS Review For Proposed Acquisition Of Adesto By Dialog Semiconductor
Dialog's Adesto Deal Clears CFIUS Review
Dialog Semiconductor Plc develops and distributes integrated and mixed signal integrated circuits (ICs), optimized for hand-held devices, Internet of things (IoT), smart home, light emitting diode (LED) solid-state lighting (SSL) and automotive applications. The Company operates through four segments: Mobile Systems, which includes its power management and audio chips designed to meet the needs of the wireless systems markets and a range of driver technologies for low power display applications; Automotive & Industrial, which markets its products to address the management and control of electronic systems in cars and for industrial applications; Connectivity, which includes short-range wireless, digital cordless and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology, and Power Conversion, which includes alternating current/direct current (AC/DC) converter solutions for charging power adaptors for portable devices, as well as its LED drivers for SSL products.
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Richard M. Beyer
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Senior Vice President, General Manager - Advanced Mixed Signal Business Group
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Chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor Plc on Monday introduced software to improve the accuracy of wristbands and other Bluetooth-based devices businesses are adopting to enforce social distancing and help trace those who were in contact with people who test positive for coronavirus...
Apple Inc <AAPL.O> is taking control over the power-management technology at the heart of its iPhones in a $600 million deal with Dialog Semiconductor <DLGS.DE> that also secures the German-listed company's role as a supplier to the U.S. tech giant.
Dialog Semiconductor Plc said on Tuesday it has ended discussions with Synaptics Inc about a potential acquisition of the U.S. touch-pad technology company, without citing a reason.
Dialog Semiconductor Plc said on Tuesday it has terminated discussions with Synaptics Inc about a potential acquisition of the U.S. touch-pad technology company, without citing a reason.
A deal between Dialog Semiconductor and U.S. touchscreen group Synaptics makes sense. The question is whether the British iPhone-chip maker can pull it off.
Dialog Semiconductor <DLGS.DE> is in early talks to merge with U.S. touch-pad technology company Synaptics Inc <SYNA.O>, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Dialog Semiconductor said Apple now planned to source the main power management chips (PMICs) for one of its three new iPhone models from two suppliers instead of just from the German chipmaker.
Dialog Semiconductor <DLGS.DE> expects Apple <AAPL.O>, its top customer, to use its chips for a significant proportion of its devices in 2019 and 2020, Chief Executive Jalal Bagherli told a German newspaper.
* DGAP-NEWS: DIALOG SEMICONDUCTOR PLC.: REPORTS RESULTS FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2017. RECORD QUARTERLY REVENUE UP 27% YEAR-ON-YEAR TO US$464 MILLION AND INCREASED EARNINGS
Anglo-German chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor on Monday reported preliminary sales of $463 million for the fourth quarter, above the upper end of its outlook range announced in November.
Dialog Semiconductor said on Monday that entities controlled by Tsinghua Unigroup, China's top state silicon chipmaker, had further increased their holdings in the Anglo-German company to 9 percent.
China's top state silicon chipmaker has raised its stake in Dialog Semiconductor, buying into share price weakness triggered by fears the Anglo-German firm could lose its top customer Apple Inc.
China's top state silicon chipmaker has indirectly raised its stake in Dialog Semiconductor, whose share price has plummeted on signs it could lose its top customer Apple Inc.
Shares in Dialog Semiconductor dropped about 24 percent on Monday after the company acknowledged for the first time that top customer Apple Inc could develop its own battery-saving chips used in iPhones.
* SAYS BLACKROCK NOTIFIED COMPANY ON DEC 4 THAT IT REDUCED ITS SHAREHOLDINGS IN DIALOG TO 5.88 PERCENT FROM 6.85 PERCENT Further company coverage:
* CEO SAYS WE CURRENTLY SEE NO CHANGE TO OUR BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH APPLE
Apple is designing its own power-management chips for use in iPhones as early as 2018, the Nikkei business daily reported on Thursday, triggering a more than 20 percent slide in shares of supplier Dialog Semiconductor.
Anglo-German chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor is poised for stronger growth in 2018 but its chief executive said it was too early to forecast how its main customer - widely known to be Apple - will contribute to results.
* DIVESTS LED BACKLIGHT TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCT PORTFOLIO TO DIALOG SEMICONDUCTOR
British estate agent group Foxtons said a continuation of lower activity in the property sales market in London had hit its business, pushing quarterly sales revenue down by a third.
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