Posted at 8:50 pm on 01/08/2013 by Dr. Rahul razdan
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A surprising number of people seem to agree with a comment in my recent
posting on EE Times, that EDA is run like a family business. I
received a lot of feedback on this posting, including a number of recurring
- Why would private equity be interesting? Is EDA interesting enough?
- If it's such a good idea, why is it not done?
- Is EDA software really sticky? Isn’t the real problem competitive
- What about the debt? Would this not be an issue much as it was for
Freescale? What about Cadence (which negotiated to sell itself to private
equity firms in 2007; the talks broke down)?
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