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Norcast Telecom and Blue Rooster Telecom, two San Luis Obispo-based firms that provide voice and data service to about 2,500 Central Coast business customers, are merging.
Westlake Village-based Row 44, a supplier of broadband Internet systems for airplanes, has been acquired in a deal valued at $430 million that will combine it with a content provider. A purpose-made company called Global Eagle Acquisition Corp. will roll together Row 44 with Advanced Inflight Alliance AG, a German-based content company that has deals Read More →
Camarillo-based semiconductor firm Semtech plans to buy a Canadian chipmaker for $494 million. The agreement to buy Burlington, Ontario-based Gennum is Semtech’s second large acquisition since 2009, when it closed a deal to buy Irvine-based Sierra Monolithics for $180 million. The Gennum deal fits neatly into the strategic plan put in place by Semtech’s leadership Read More →