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Done deal for Tyndall and Analog

Wednesday, 7th November, 2018 4:49pm

Tyndall and Analog Devices (ADI) have shaken hands on a new multi-million euro research agreement.

While the partners have not disclosed specific research themes, the engagement will enable the pooling of knowledge and expertise between academia and industry, including research, intellectual property development and talent acquisition.

This agreement, a statement said, further strengthens the relationship between Tyndall and ADI, spanning two decades of research and development collaboration.

William Scanlon, CEO, Tyndall, said: We are delighted to be working with this global leader on industry-focused research which will have real impact for Analog. The agreement enables Analog to tap into Tyndall’s multiple research centres ‘under one roof’, covering materials, processes, circuits, advanced manufacturing and application engineering to meet Analog’s requirements for the future.”

Denis Doyle, Vice President and General Manager, Analog Devices said that ADI’s long established Ireland operations have contributed substantially to its global leadership position.

The news was also welcomed by the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys. She said: “We have long recognised the essential role that Tyndall plays in world-leading research and innovation and we welcome its continued growth as a leading global research centre for ICT.”

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