Renesas acquires Dialog Semiconductor for mixed-signal expertise: Page 2 of 3

February 08, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Renesas acquires Dialog Semiconductor for mixed-signal expertise
Dialog’s low-power technologies and connectivity expertise centered around its mixed-signal ICs adds complementary product lines.

“The transaction we announced today represents our next important step in catapulting Renesas’ growth plan to achieve substantial strategic and financial benefits, following our previous acquisitions,” said Hidetoshi Shibata, President and CEO of Renesas. “Dialog has a strong culture of innovation along with excellent customer relationships and serves fast growing areas including IoT, industrial and automotive. By bringing Dialog’s talented team and expertise into Renesas, together, we will accelerate innovation for customers and create sustainable value for our shareholders.”

“For several years, we have successfully executed on a diversification strategy that positions Dialog for high-growth,” said Dr. Jalal Bagherli, CEO of Dialog. “We have built a strong foundation of high-performance analog and power efficient mixed-signal expertise, extended our product portfolio and applied our technologies into markets including 5G, wearables, automotive, smart home, connected medical and industrial IoT. This compelling platform – combined with Renesas’ leading embedded compute, analog and power portfolio – creates even greater growth opportunities in today’s increasingly connected world. The combined company will be in an even stronger position to provide innovative products for these markets, building on Renesas’ extensive sales, distribution and customer support capabilities.”

The complementary nature of the companies’ technological assets and the scale of the combined portfolios will enable Renesas to build more robust and comprehensive products to serve high-growth segments of the IoT, industrial and automotive markets.


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