Intel Gives Up More Of Its Optical Platform
The chip maker carries on with its plan to dump its not-so-performant business. Recently, Intel announced it sold off another chunk of its optical platform to Emcore.
April 11, 2008
In December last year, Emcore also got a grip on Intel's telecom portion of the optical platform.
Back in March, Intel took the first steps out of the flash memory business. The company announced the establishment of Numonyx ( a joint venture between Intel, Francisco Partners, and STMicrolectronics), to which the company aims to transfer most of its NOR and NAND flash assets .
Intel began this business spring cleaning in 2006, when sold its media and signaling business to Eicon Networks. The company also sold production rights to its XScale chip set to Marvell during the same year.