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   제목: Broadcom Pledges 5G Investment to Win Approval of Qualcomm Deal


Broadcom Pledges 5G Investment to Win Approval of Qualcomm Deal


By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED
MARCH 7, 2018

Broadcom’s campus in Irvine, Calif. The chip maker promised to create a $1.5 billion investment fund to train American engineers if successful in its bid for its rival Qualcomm. Credit Mike Blake/Reuters

The giant chip maker Broadcom pledged on Wednesday to keep the United States at the forefront of emerging mobile technology if it were to acquire Qualcomm, its latest effort to allay the Trump administration’s national security concerns about its hostile $117 billion takeover bid.

In a statement, Broadcom said that, were it to complete what would be the largest technology deal in history, it would not only maintain Qualcomm’s current spending on research and development but it would increase that amount. It added that it would create a $1.5 billion investment fund to train American engineers.

“This will ensure America’s lead in future wireless technology,” Broadcom said.

The response came after the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, the government panel that reviews transactions’ national security implications, ordered a delay of Qualcomm’s shareholder meeting as Broadcom sought to win a majority of the company’s board seats.

That proactive move, all but unprecedented in the history of the panel, highlighted both how much the White House values the wireless technology known as 5G as a matter of national security and its fears of falling behind China in the race to develop the standard. The decision put a spotlight on efforts to expand the reach of the panel, known as Cfius, as a way to bolster the White House’s nationalist economic agenda.

Selected articles from The New York Times
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