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Analog Devices and Tyndall sign Strategic Multi Milion Research Partnership

Minister Heather Humphreys welcomes strategic partnership

Acknowledging Tyndall National Institute as one of Europe’s leading technology research centres, Analog Devices (ADI) has signed a multi-year, multi-million Euro research agreement with Tyndall. This agreement further strengthens the relationship between Tyndall and ADI, spanning two decades of research and development collaboration.

The long-term and strategic partnership between this global semiconductor leader and Ireland’s ICT research centre provides continuity of innovative research capability as well as access to the world-class talent at Tyndall. The news was welcomed by the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, who said, “We have long recognised the essential role that Tyndall plays in world-leading research and innovation and we welcome its continued growth as a leading global research centre for ICT. The recent commitment of an additional funding through Budget 2018 demonstrates the Government's support. This latest announcement from Analog Devices further exemplifies the value of Tyndall’s research and its positioning internationally.”

Speaking at the announcement, Denis Doyle, Vice President & General Manager, AnalogDevices said that ADI’s long established Ireland operations have contributed substantially to its global leadership position, stating, “This strategic agreement with Tyndall builds on the long-term relationship between our two organizations and further strengthens our research agenda in Ireland. It will enable us to collaborate on core technologies of mutual interest for communications, energy, agri-tech and advanced manufacturing”.

We are delighted to be working with this global leader on industry-focused research which will have real impact for Analog,” said William Scanlon, CEO, Tyndall. “The agreement enablesAnalog to tap into Tyndall’s multiple research centres ‘under one roof’, covering materials, processes, circuits, advanced manufacturing and application engineering to meet Analog’s requirements for the future.”

While the partners have not disclosed specific research themes, the engagement will enable the pooling of knowledge and expertise between academia and industry, including research, intellectual property development and talent acquisition.


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About Tyndall National Institute
Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork is one of Europe's leading research centres. With approximately 450 staff, students and academic & industrial / visiting researchers. Tyndall undertakes internationally leading research into information and communications technology hardware for applications in the digital economy, energy, healthcare and care of the environment. Tyndall uses its facilities and expertise to support industry and academia nationally and provides large numbers of highly qualified graduate students, key to the development of Ireland s national economy. Tyndall has over 200 industry partnerships and customers worldwide. Several start-up companies in Ireland have been based on technology originating at Tyndall.

About Analog Devices
Analog Devices (NASDAQ: ADI) is the leading global high-performance analog technology company dedicated to solving the toughest engineering challenges. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital with unmatched technologies that sense, measure, power, connect and interpret. Visit

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Renate Murphy
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