Teradyne acquires Universal, predicting a bright future in the Collaborative Robotics space

Teradyne, a supplier that develops and sells automatic test equipment (ATE), recently acquired Universal Robots, a company targeting the collaborative robot (co-bots) market space. Universal Robots sold for $285 million, more than seven times that of its previous year's revenue, and has the poten...

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