Intel may spend $6 billion to acquire Hightower Semiconductor, sources say

Intel is set to spend $6 billion to buy Israel’s Tower Semiconductor, according to the Wall Street Journal. People familiar with the matter said the deal is close to being reached and could be announced as early as this week if talks don’t break down.

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It is reported that Tower Semiconductor Ltd. is a semiconductor foundry specializing in Israel, headquartered in Israel’s Migdal Emec, the company currently maintains only one 6-inch fab in Israel (process between 1 micron and 0.35 micron) and one 8-inch fab (process in & nbsp;0.18 micron to 0.13 micron), and one 8-inch fab in California and one in Texas for 0.18 micron (Texas fab) and 0.18 to 0.13 micron (California fab). The company has two 8-inch fabs in California and one in Texas for 0.18 micron (Texas fab) and 0.18 to 0.13 micron (California fab) processes.

Ranked seventh in the global foundry market with annual revenue of approximately $1.3 billion, Hightower Semiconductor is a leader in specialty processes and number one in analog chip foundry, with technologies in RF and high-performance analog circuits supporting high-speed, low-power products for a wide range of consumer, industrial facility-level and automotive electronics applications, despite its small size.

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