Dialog enters LED industry with iWatt acquisition

Dialog Semiconductor, a manufacturer of integrated circuits for power management and wireless applications, recently acquired iWatt. Sold for a cash payment of $310 million, iWatt is a manufacturer of AC/DC converter power electronics and drivers for light emitting diodes (LEDs). Dialog Semicondu...

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