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Apple to open R&D center in Israel

Apple plans to open a research and development center in Israel that will focus on semiconductors, according to a new report. Citing Israeli newspaper the Globes, Reuters reports that Apple has already hired Israeli high-tech veteran Aharon Aharon to run the center, which will be located in Herzliya, an area considered to Israel’s version of Silicon Valley. According to the report, the center would be Apple’s first such site outside California; Apple’s vice president of R&D, Ed Frank, is said to be in Israel currently. Earlier this week, a report indicated that Apple is in talks to purchase Anobit, an Israeli fabless semiconductor company specializing in flash storage solutions.

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