DLA Piper represented Docea Power SAS, a leading provider of virtual prototyping solutions, in its acquisition by Intel Corp., an American multinational technology company and the world's largest semiconductor manufacturer.
In a statement, Intel said the acquisition of Docea Power will elevate its expertise and service offerings in modeling and optimizing the thermal behavior and power consumption of electronic systems.
Partner Victoria Lee of Silicon Valley led the DLA Piper team involved in the transaction. The team also included associates Torrie C. Nute and SeoJung Park in Silicon Valley, and Cathryn Le Regulski, of counsel, in Northern Virginia.
Docea Power develops and commercializes solutions for enabling faster and more reliable power and thermal modeling. The company is headquartered near Grenoble, France, and in San Jose, CA. For more information on Docea Power, please visit www.doceapower.com.
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