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inSilicon Corporation

IP company primarily focused on interface standards.
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inSilicon Corporation is a provider of communications platforms used by semiconductor and systems companies. The company’s enabling communications technologies, including the JVX Java Accelerator, Ethernet, USB, PCI, and IEEE-1394. inSilicon is a subsidiary of Phoenix Technologies.

  • HQ: San Jose, CA, USA
  • Type: Company

ACQUISITION:

  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Xentec Inc. in 2000. inSilicon issued approximately 634,000 shares of stock of an inSilicon Canadian subsidiary that are exchangeable for shares of inSilicon stock, options to purchase 96,000 shares of inSilicon common stock and $2.9 million of cash. In addition another 415,000 shares were based on meeting performance goals. Total value of approximately $15.9 million.
  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Hd Lab, K.K. in 2000 for $1.5M cash, approximately $20 million in cash and 500,000 restricted shares of Phoenix common — total value about $27.5M, about $20 million.
  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Sand Microelectronics in 1998.
  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Virtual Chips Inc. in 1996.

ACQUIRED BY:

  • Synopsys acquired inSilicon Corporation in 2002. Acquired for $65.4 million cash ($74.6 million total consideration).
  • HQ: San Jose, CA, USA
  • Type: Company

ACQUISITION:

  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Xentec Inc. in 2000
    • inSilicon issued approximately 634,000 shares of stock of an inSilicon Canadian subsidiary that are exchangeable for shares of inSilicon stock, options to purchase 96,000 shares of inSilicon common stock and $2.9 million of cash. In addition another 415,000 shares were based on meeting performance goals. Total value of approximately $15.9 million
  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Hd Lab, K.K. in 2000
    • $1.5M cash,approximately $20 million in cash and 500,000 restricted shares of Phoenix common - total value about $27.5M,about $20 million
  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Sand Microelectronics in 1998
  • inSilicon Corporation acquired Virtual Chips Inc. in 1996

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