29 May 2014

Trader Joe

OK, so Seagate finally gets Sandforce (and perhaps a few other bits?). LSI paid $370 million, according to reports at the time (I've not looked in SEC filings). Now Avago unloads the flash parts of itself (again, just the Sandforce parts of LSI?) for $450 to Seagate. Methinks a bit little and a bit late.

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