Analog Devices (Norwood, MA), a manufacturer of ICs used in analog and digital signal-processing

Analog Devices (Norwood, MA), a manufacturer of ICs used in analog and digital signal-processing (DSP) applications, has acquired White Mountain DSP Inc. (Nashua, NH), a supplier of DSP emulators, development boards, and debugging software, and has agreed to acquire Edinburgh Portable Computers (Edinburgh, Scotland), a supplier of software compilers for embedded DSP architectures.

May 1st, 1999

Analog Devices (Norwood, MA), a manufacturer of ICs used in analog and digital signal-processing (DSP) applications, has acquired White Mountain DSP Inc. (Nashua, NH), a supplier of DSP emulators, development boards, and debugging software, and has agreed to acquire Edinburgh Portable Computers (Edinburgh, Scotland), a supplier of software compilers for embedded DSP architectures.

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