Apple Installing Semiconductor House in Israel

Apple has been busy in expanding its roots to other regions for quite some time now. We have come to know recently that Apple is thinking to acquire Israeli flash memory maker Anobit. But the fresh reports suggest that Apple’s intentions are not just limited to acquire the company, but to establish a semiconductor house in the region as well.

According to reports, Apple has employed Aharon Aharon, a high-tech expert in Israel’s tech scene so as to escort a new development center – focusing on semiconductors.

Considering Aharon who has a deep history in the tech field founded an RF-based imaging system company, Camero back in 2004 and currently serving as its Chairman. Prior to launching his own company, he served in Discretix, Zoran as well at IBM’s Haifa development center.

Aharon is hired to open the development center because he served Apple at its headquarters in Cupertino for several months.

There are reports that the development center will be completed irrespective of the Apple’s acquisition of Anobit. Whether the tech giant acquire the company or not, the development center will certainly be a developed.

The presence of Apple’s Vice President of R&D Ed Frank in the Israel is more than enough to justify the reports.

If the plan of setting up development center in Israel comes to reality, it would be marked as the first semiconductor development center for the Apple outside of United States. However, Apple does have some developer centers regarding software in Austin, Vancouver, Germany and France.

Compared to other companies, Apple seems to spend much less on R&D as well as plants and equipments. Similarly, Apple is not known for making acquisitions every so often. But still the success graph of the company is much higher than its competitors, which is a big achievement for the Cupertino Company.

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