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Who profits from semiconductor spin-offs?

Semiconductor spin-offs are all the rage. Do you think they're good deals for everyone involved? Think again. Here's a look at 10 notable chip divestitures.

By February 13, 2008

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Big Blue signs Intersil as chip client

IBM says it will manufacture power-management chips for Intersil next year, in a continued effort by Big Blue to become a big brother to smaller chipmakers.

By September 11, 2003

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Intersil, Vixs team on wireless video

Chipmaker Intersil and start-up Vixs woo consumer-electronics makers with a team approach to wireless video.

By June 30, 2003

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Intersil may jumpstart a price war

Industry analysts smell a price war brewing among makers of 802.11a chips. Will Intersil start things shaking?

By September 18, 2002

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Group tries to rally 802.11 patents

Via Licensing is forming a group devoted to making licensing of 802.11-related patents easier and increasing the use of wireless networking in a broader array of products.

By March 2, 2004

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Intersil to debut wireless network gear

Chipmaker Intersil said Wednesday it has begun developing wireless network equipment that uses both the 802.11g and 802.11a standards. The "Duette" line of LAN (local area network) equipment should debut by the end of April, said Intersil spokesman Ron Paciello. Most wireless network equipment is now based on the 802.11b standard. The 802.11a and 802.11g standards were developed to create wireless networks that are faster than 802.11b.

By June 5, 2002