Raspberry Pi maker gets bought for $867 million – PCWorld

PCWorld Raspberry Pi maker gets bought for $867 million PCWorld A key manufacturer of the Raspberry Pi is being acquired for US$867 million, but the foundation that develops the ultra-cheap computers says it hopes that business will continue as usual. Premier Farnell of the U.K. has manufactured the Raspberry Pi ..

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Raspberry Pi maker to sell company for £615m to Swiss Dätwyler – The Guardian

The Guardian Raspberry Pi maker to sell company for £615m to Swiss Dätwyler The Guardian Premier Farnell, the maker of the low-cost Raspberry Pi mini computer, has agreed to sell itself for £615m to the Swiss industrial components maker Dätwyler. The Leeds-based electronic components distributor said Dätwyler would pay 165p in cash for … Daetwyler Buys Raspberry Pi Maker Premier Farnell Wall Street Journal Raspberry Pi maker Premier Farnell sold to Dätwyler for £792m Telegraph.co.uk Raspberry Pi maker Premier Farnell bought by Daetwyler BBC News International Business Times UK  – Inquirer  – Startups.co.uk all 38 news articles »

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Daetwyler Buys Raspberry Pi Maker Premier Farnell – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal Daetwyler Buys Raspberry Pi Maker Premier Farnell Wall Street Journal In recent years, though, its highest profile contract was to build and distribute the Raspberry Pi . The product is a cheap and tiny computer designed by Raspberry Pi Foundation, a British nonprofit trying to make computers more accessible

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Raspberry Pi maker Premier Farnell sold to Dätwyler for £792m – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk Raspberry Pi maker Premier Farnell sold to Dätwyler for £792m Telegraph.co.uk Premier Farnell, the embattled electronics maker behind the Raspberry Pi mini computer, has been sold to Swiss conglomerate Dätwyler for £792m as it revealed weak sales in its home market. London-listed Premier has been rocked by two profit warnings in ..

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Raspberry Pi Zero, or Minus One? – Hackaday

Hackaday Raspberry Pi Zero, or Minus One? Hackaday The Wall Street Journal reported that [Eric Schmidt] of Google and now Alphabet Inc, promoted the idea of an inexpensive version of the Raspberry Pi to the Raspberry Pi foundation's [Eben Upton]. Apparently [Upton] accepted this recommendation despite ..

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Raspberry Pi Zero already sold out, says ‘amazed’ founder – Wired.co.uk

Wired.co.uk Raspberry Pi Zero already sold out, says 'amazed' founder Wired.co.uk Virtually every Raspberry Pi Zero in existence has been sold within 24 hours of the miniature £4 computer's launch, The Raspberry Pi Foundation has said. Around 20,000 Pi Zeroes have been sold, along with almost every copy of MagPi magazine, which …

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How Google Inspired Raspberry Pi’s $5 Computer – Wall Street Journal (blog)

Wall Street Journal (blog) How Google Inspired Raspberry Pi's $5 Computer Wall Street Journal (blog) A chance encounter with Alphabet Inc.'s Google chairman Eric Schmidt in January 2013 led the head of a British nonprofit that makes bare-necessities computers to ditch his plans for a more expensive version of its popular $35 computer, the Raspberry Pi . Raspberry Pi Zero already sold out, says 'amazed' founder Wired.co.uk Raspberry Pi Zero: What You Can Do With This $5 Computer ABC News Pi Zero: A full Raspberry Pi for just $5 Ars Technica TechCrunch  – IGN  – Raspberry Pi  – The Pi Hut all 268 news articles »

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