10 January 2012

Plessey signs licensing agreement with Intel

Plessey Semiconductors has signed a product licensing agreement with Intel and a share warrant agreement with Intel Capital, which will enable the Plymouth based company to manufacture, sell and support a number of products in Intel's digital tuner portfolio.

The warrant agreement is for an unspecified number of shares in Plessey's holding company.

Michael LeGoff, managing director for Plessey, said: "We are delighted to have concluded the licensing and warrant agreements with Intel and Intel Capital and we look forward to working closely with them as Plessey continues to grow its international presence."

Marc Alexander, director - Technology Licensing - Intel Capital, added: "This is the start of what we hope will become a long term relationship and a great collaboration between Intel Labs Europe team, Intel's Technology Manufacturing Group, Intel Capital and Plessey to support these licensed products and to provide world class service to the existing Intel customers using Plessey's capabilities."

Author
Chris Shaw

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http://www.intel.com
http://www.intelcapital.com
http://www.plesseysemi.com

Companies
Intel Corporation
Plessey Semiconductors Ltd

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