Power Trends was acquired by Texas Instruments on October 4, 1999

Electrical EquipmentCompany

Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, electrical equipment ranked 22 in number of deals in 1999. The largest electrical equipment acquisition in 1999 was AMP - which was acquired by Tyco International for $12.0B.

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Power Trends

Power Trends, Inc.

27715 Diehi Road,
Warrenville, Illinois 60555
United States,
(630) 393.6901

Power Trends, Inc. is a supplier in the emerging and fast-growing market for point-of-use power solutions situated next to digital signal processors, microprocessors and other high performance devices on the circuit board.

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