Onsemi buys GT Advanced Technologies
GTAT has significant experience in crystalline growth, including SiC
Completion of the transaction is subject to regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions. Approval of Onsemi’s stockholders is not required in connection with the proposed transaction. The Company intends to fund the transaction through cash on hand and available capacity under its existing revolving credit facility. The company expects the transaction to be marginally dilutive to its non-GAAP earnings per share in the immediate term and to be accretive within one year after close.
Founded in 1994, GTAT has significant experience in crystalline growth, including SiC. SiC is a key material for next-generation semiconductors that provide technical benefits in SiC power switching devices, significantly improving system efficiency in electric vehicles (EVs), EV charging and energy infrastructure.