Mandate Vinge advised Intel Corporation on its acquisition of Virtutech

June 08, 2010

Vinge acted as Swedish counsel to Intel Corporation on its acquisition of Virtutech. Virtutech, based in San José, California and founded in Stockholm in 1988, provides software development solutions. Through the acquisition, Intel Corporation's subsidiary Wind River will add Virtutech's flagship development platform Simics to Wind River's portfolio of embedded software product portfolio.

The Vinge team advising Intel Corporation includes corporate partner Jan Bystrom, Employment & Benefits partner Fredrik Dahl and associates Johan Larsson and Claes Henriksson.

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