Three years after a failed acquisition bid, the Dutch supplier stands poised to become one of the leading players in the global semiconductor market – assuming it can navigate choppy competitive waters.
Kurt Sievers, CEO at NXP
By Bolaji Ojo
What’s at stake
NXP is growing, well above the semiconductor industry average, and is leveraging prior acquisitions and financial strength to establish itself as a major player in the market. Can the company maintain this growth profile in the face of hungry competitors and against the backdrop of its own history? It may take several years for NXP to prove it can withstand market and geopolitical pressures beyond its control.
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