Morgan Stanley: the six technology companies are most likely to become the next batch of acquisitions in recent years, science and technology company mergers and acquisitions "raging like a storm". Big deal this year there have been several technology companies, such as Microsoft’s $26 billion 200 million acquisition of LinkedIn; the U.S. Internet security technology vendor Symantec (Symantec) plans to acquire the company network defense technology Blue Coat Systems $4 billion 650 million; Oracle  agreed to $9 billion 300 million acquisition of cloud computing business software provider NetSuite suite and so on. Andreessen Horowitz, co-founder of venture capital firm Marc Andreessen said today, "non traditional buyers" also joined the ranks of mergers and acquisitions, like General Motors (GM), the largest U.S. Bed Bath & Beyond bedding stores; such companies are desperately acquisition of enterprise. Adam led the Morgan Stanley stock strategy team believes that the following 6 technology companies are most likely to be acquired within the next year. 1 Take-Two Interactive Software Take-Two Interactive Software is an American developer and publisher of video games, and video games and peripheral equipment dealers, headquartered in New York. The company listed on the NASDAQ (TTWO), the market value of about $3 billion 810 million. February 2008, the United States Arts (Electronic Electr Arts Inc Inc., ERTS) bid $2 billion acquisition of Take-Two Interactive Software, which is equivalent to $26 per share, compared with Take-Two was a premium price of $64%. But the latter to underestimate the value of its business grounds rejected the offer, while the United States did not give up art, has 5 times to extend the offer period. In September of that year, the United States announced plans to abandon the acquisition of art, TTWO shares were sold by investors, the next day morning fell more than 25%. The 2 game of the Plath semiconductor company (Cypress Semiconductor Corp.) at Plath semiconductor is static random access memory (Static  Random-Access  Memory,   SRAM) one of the largest manufacturers, SRAM is a memory chip used in home appliance products, headquartered in San Jose California. The company listed on the NASDAQ (CY), the market value of about $3 billion 800 million. In July this year, Cypress announced a $550 million to complete the Broadcom (Broadcom) under the Internet of things (IoT) acquisition of the department. This transaction to Cypress acquired Broadcom WiFi, Bluetooth and Zigbee wireless technology for new things.相关的主题文章: