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What drives the new NXP?

Posted: 09 Dec 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:merger? integration process? engineering teams?

In contrast, if the deal is designed to expand scope, the merged company will not just add new product lines but will also provide access to a new set of customers, building strategies behind the combined products. It might take 18 to 20 months to pull everything together, said Sievers, "but we are convinced that we can make one plus one equal three."

Aside from the automotive and the security and connectivity segments, Clemmer estimated the digital networking business unit and the RF business to bring inrespectivelya single digit percentage of total revenue.

Tareq Bustami, executive vice president and general manager of the Digital Networking business at NXP, made it clear that his business unit, beyond continuing to serve traditional service providers and enterprise customers, will expand to cover IoT infrastructure and cloud edge segments. Such examples range from M2M, smart grid to intelligent network interface card and connected car infrastructure. "These are still emerging and fragmented markets," acknowledged Bustami. "But this is where our CEO is excited about, and we see our expansion opportunities."


New NXP (Source: NXP)

The NXP CEO said that his company's standard products business unit to bring in 11 to 12 per cent share of the company revenue.

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