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IPO in week of April 13th 1998. Should be a blockbuster.
I guess it opens at least $20 above its going out price of $10-$12...

Let's discuss this company here...

Broadcom Corporation is a leading supplier of system-level silicon solutions for the high-speed data communications market. The company's highly integrated digital and mixed-signal CMOS chips are cost-effective, digital-transmission solutions for cable-TV, cable modem, local area network, digital broadcast satellite, xDSL and digital radio applications.

Broadcom uses proprietary communication building blocks to develop standard and customer-specific products. Using a specialized VLSI design methodology, the company has developed a suite of silicon compilers that easily integrate with customers' Verilog HDL and VHDL designs. These silicon compilers consist of digital filters, adaptive equalizers, modulators and demodulators, numerically-controlled oscillators, frequency synthesizers, A/D converters and D/A converters. Specifically optimized for communication applications, Broadcom's proprietary communication building blocks provide customers with customized, system-level chip solutions in low-cost, state-of-the-art CMOS processes.

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6501Zacks Report on BRCM  JakeStraw-04/20/2010 08:26 AM
6500Former Chief of Broadcom Is Indicted June 6, 2008 By LAURA M. HOLSON Henry T.Glenn Petersen-06/07/2008 09:16 AM
6499BRCM rolled out a new chip today for 3G. Bluetooth buy no wifi or gps. I thougKeith Feral-10/16/2007 01:47 PM
6498It is interesting that Global Locate end up in the hands of Broadcom ... info.waitwatchwander-08/17/2007 08:53 AM
6497Yes, NJ Am also long QCOM, but was thinking of selling when this all started. HTCGNJ-07/21/2007 05:06 PM
6496My opinions are all speculation of course, but I don't get it either. Theirblimfark-07/21/2007 04:49 PM
6495Blim, So why did BRCM go down this road, then? What do they get out of all thisTCGNJ-07/21/2007 01:29 PM
6494TCG, of course you mean WITHOUT a license from QCOM for their THOUSANDS of patenblimfark207/21/2007 12:43 PM
6493How will the current attack by BRCM upon QCOM then enable Broadcom to get into tTCGNJ-07/21/2007 12:11 PM
6492Broadcom, Verizon Wireless reach 3G phone deal Broadcom goes straight to QualcoJakeStraw-07/20/2007 11:48 AM
6491A patch is usually a workaround with some other negative effect (turn of capabilCRay33-06/25/2007 08:01 PM
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