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Monday 16 September 2019

Tyndall tie-up: multinational Analog Devices signs multi-million euro research deal

Denis Doyle, Vice President & General Manager, US and Ireland Manufacturing Operations at Analog Devices and Prof. William Scanlon, CEO Tyndall National Institute at the announcement of a multi-million euro, multi-year strategic partnership between both organisations. The agreement enables Analog Devices to tap into TyndallÕs multiple research centres Ôunder one roofÕ, covering materials, processes, circuits, advanced manufacturing and application engineering to meet AnalogÕs requirements for the future. Picture: Alan Place
Denis Doyle, Vice President & General Manager, US and Ireland Manufacturing Operations at Analog Devices and Prof. William Scanlon, CEO Tyndall National Institute at the announcement of a multi-million euro, multi-year strategic partnership between both organisations. The agreement enables Analog Devices to tap into TyndallÕs multiple research centres Ôunder one roofÕ, covering materials, processes, circuits, advanced manufacturing and application engineering to meet AnalogÕs requirements for the future. Picture: Alan Place

Denis Doyle, vice president and general manager, US and Ireland manufacturing operations at Analog Devices, with Prof William Scanlon, CEO of Tyndall National Institute, at the announcement of a multi-year multi-million euro strategic partnership, between both organisations. The agreement enables the US multinational to tap into Tyndall's multiple ICT research centres under one roof at University College Cork, covering materials, processes, circuits, advanced manufacturing and application engineering to meet Analog's requirements for the future.

Photo: Alan Place

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