MACOM Announces Early Termination of Antitrust Waiting Period

MACOM has announced that on December 12, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission granted early termination of the antitrust waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act for the proposed merger of MACOM and Applied Micro Circuits Corporation.

The transaction remains subject to various conditions, including the commencement, and completion, of MACOM’s tender offer to purchase each outstanding common share of AMCC and other customary closing conditions. Both companies continue to expect that the transaction will close in the first calendar quarter of 2017.

Transaction Highlights Include:

  • Transaction valued at approximately $770 million for AppliedMicro’s approximately $165 million in TTM revenue (including the Compute business) and $82 million of cash and short-term investments at September 30, 2016
  • MACOM and AppliedMicro’s pro forma combined TTM revenue was approximately $709 million including AppliedMicro’s Compute business, or approximately $644 million excluding the Compute business
  • AppliedMicro’s Connectivity business is highly complementary to MACOM’s product portfolio, through the addition of market-leading OTN framers, MACsec Ethernet networking components and the industry’s leading single-lambda PAM4 platform
  • Transaction to accelerate MACOM’s significant growth in optical technologies for Cloud Service Providers and Enterprise Network customers serving the high-growth, high-margin Data Center market
  • AppliedMicro’s leadership PAM4 solutions based on FinFET technology and custom engagements with top-tier Data Center and service provider customers is expected to strengthen MACOM’s competitive position with those customers
  • MACOM expects to improve the profitability of AppliedMicro by divesting the Compute business and by delivering on substantial revenue and cost synergies
  • Excluding the Compute business, MACOM expects this transaction to be accretive to its non-GAAP gross margin, non-GAAP operating margin and non-GAAP EPS, in MACOM’s fiscal year ending September, 2017
  • MACOM to benefit from over $600 million of tax net operating loss carry forwards

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