ST's acquisition of AMS unlikely to drive growth; it is better off targeting industrial microcontroller applications

ST Microelectronics recently announced the acquisition of AMS’ near field communication (NFC) and radio frequency identification (RFID) reader business for $77.8 million plus an additional sum based on business performance. The press release specifies that about 50 engineers have been transferred...

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