Corollary was acquired by Intel on September 30, 1997


Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, semiconductors ranked 26 in number of deals in 1997. The largest semiconductors acquisition in 1997 was Zilog - which was acquired by TPG Global for $527M.

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Corollary Inc.

Irvine, California
United States,

Corollary is a supplier of multiprocessing technology based upon the Intel Architecture. Many of the industry's leading system vendors have based their server systems on Corollary's previous designs. Corollary's Profusion architecture employs a unique cache coherent buffered cross-bar switch design, effectively harnessing the performance of up to eight microprocessors.

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