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  Date: 17/05/2015

AAC Tech acquires RF MEMS device maker WiSpry

Hong Kong based AAC Technologies has announced the completion of the acquisition of WiSpry. WiSpry makes tunable radio frequency (“RF”) semiconductor products for the wireless industry and also RF micro-electro-mechanical systems (“MEMS”) solutions, with products relating to antenna tuning and filters for mobile devices. WiSpry to becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of AAC Technologies. Through this acquisition AAC Technologies aims to grow strongly in RF mems market.

“With the continued growth of LTE-A and a demand for ever better performing mobile devices, WiSpry’s tunable RF products will be critical to meet mobile operator’s performance requirements,” said Jack Duan, COO at AAC Technologies. “The deep knowledge and market experience of the WiSpry team is world class and unique. When combined with AAC Technologies’ extensive R&D and OEM relationships, we believe we will be able to provide market-leading integrated tunable antenna solutions to meet and exceed the toughest performance challenges.”

“We are very pleased and excited to become part of the AAC Technologies global team,” said Jeff Hilbert, President, CEO and Founder of WiSpry. “The combination of skills and experience, backed by AAC Technologies’ market presence and resources, will enable the combined team to rapidly innovate the new products and solutions customers will require, as we move rapidly towards an ever-increasingly wirelessly connected world.”

 
          
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