Atmel CFO expects touchscreens to fuel growth in 2013
(Reuters) - Touchscreen chipmaker Atmel Corp's Chief Financial Officer Stephen Cumming expects growth to rebound in 2013, helped by increased orders from its smartphone and ultrabook customers. "Overall, 2013 is definitely going to shape up as a better year," CFO Cumming told Reuters in a telephone interview. "I do feel that our maxTouch business will grow, our core microcontroller business would grow. Our other product lines should overall be doing better," he said. ...
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