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Analysis of Avago Tech and Broadcom Merger
Analysis of Avago Tech and Broadcom Merger

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Avago Tech to acquire Broadcom ($31 billion)
Specialized semiconductor manufacturer Avago Tech (AVGO) is buying its rival Broadcom(BRCM) in a $31 billion deal, creating a combined company that will have the most diversified communications platform in the semiconductor industry, with combined yearly revenues of $15 billion. This consolidation comes at a time when mobile technology and communications are dominant sectors in the tech economy.

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Broadcom Limited (formerly Avago Technologies) is a Singaporean-American leading designer, developer and global supplier of a broad range of analog and digital semiconductor connectivity solutions. Broadcom’s extensive product portfolio serves multiple applications within four primary end markets: wired infrastructure, wireless communications, enterprise storage and industrial & others. Hock Tan is the company's president and CEO. The company is incorporated in Singapore, and jointly headquartered in San Jose, California and Singapore. Avago took the Broadcom part of the Broadcom Corporation name after acquiring it in January 2016. The ticker symbol AVGO that represented old Avago now represents the new merged entity. The Broadcom Corporation ticker symbol BRCM was retired.

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About Avago Technologies Limited
Avago Technologies Limited is a leading designer, developer and global supplier of a broad range of analog semiconductor devices with a focus on III-V based products and complex digital and mixed signal CMOS based devices. Avago’s product portfolio is extensive and includes thousands of products in four primary target markets: wireless communications, enterprise storage, wired infrastructure and industrial and other.…...

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