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Come hear ATREG speak this fall!

ATREG Founder, President, and CEO Stephen M. Rothrock will be speaking about the state of global semiconductor manufacturing at three industry events this fall, both in the U.S. and in Europe. We look forward to connecting with you there! SEPTEMBER 8 (webinar) MEPTEC Semiconductor Industry Speaker SeriesGlobal OSAT Market: The New Normal Click here to

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ATREG assists Texas Instruments in acquiring Micron’s Lehi, UT fab

ATREG is pleased to announce that it has successfully advised Texas Instruments (TI) in the acquisition of Micron Technology’s operational 300mm Lehi, UT manufacturing facility for $900 million. The companies plan to complete the sale by late 2021. “ATREG was instrumental in helping us identify and strategize this acquisition. We are thankful to the team

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Available for sale: Allegro MicroSystems cleanroom facility, Thailand

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Allegro MicroSystems has retained ATREG to facilitate the sale of its production-ready, state-of-the-art cleanroom facility located in Saraburi Province, north of Bangkok, Thailand. Originally used for the assembly and testing of power IC products for the automotive industry, this manufacturing asset can accommodate the needs of multiple advanced technology sectors requiring a cleanroom environment, including pharmaceutical or

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Greenfield investment opportunity: Marcy Nanocenter, NY

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In light of the current tight market for brownfield semiconductor fabs, advanced electronics companies looking for additional manufacturing capacity should consider the Marcy Nanocenter (MNC) site based in Utica, NY as an attractive greenfield investment opportunity and advanced technology ecosystem to set up their future manufacturing operations. In addition to offering a major time-to-market advantage (permits in place,

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200mm semiconductor fabs on the rebound

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2016 was another eventful year for the semiconductor industry in terms of consolidation. According to SEMI, merger and acquisition (M&A) activity approached $116 billion in 2016 compared to approximately $60 billion in transactions during 2015. Companies have responded to slowing industry growth and intense pricing pressure by joining forces to gain cost synergies, increased market

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