Bahrain’s Unicorn Investment Bank said on Sunday it has acquired a 75% stake in US-based microchip maker Open-Silicon for $190 million.
Unicorn said in a statement the investment would support Open-Silicon’s future expansion plans, which include establishing new design centres and material sourcing operations both domestically and internationally.
Open-Silicon currently has a presence in six locations in the US, the UK, India and Taiwan, as well as manufacturing partners in Taiwan, Korea and China and a testing facility in Malaysia.
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