Three investment companies have partnered to acquire ownership of the hardware and peripheral developer - and this move could be its springboard to other competitive areas
Many years have passed since the American Corsair was considered a quality but modest company that focused solely on developing modules of dynamic memories for personal computers - today it is already a bud to find drives with it SSD, Enclosures, fans and body Cooling, Power supplies, miscellaneous peripherals and even semi-complex dedicated computers, and it seems that it is looking for the investment that will enable it to continue expanding into other fields in the gaming world.
Three equity funds, EagleTree Capital, IMCO and Honeywell, have announced that they have agreed to acquire an integrated majority stake inCorsair From the hands of another holding fund called Francisco Partners (along with a number of other private investors who held a percentage of it), worth a little over half a billion dollars - thus becoming pullers in the strings behind the brand. Veteran CEO Andy Paul who also helped found it in 1994 will continue in his role, and now it looks like he will have increased resources to fulfill his plans.
The new money flowing to Corsair may be used for a number of interesting activities - a stronger and more significant expansion to other markets around the world (such as the Israeli one, for example), increasing the range and range of products it offers in established categories, and possibly moving in the direction of competitors. Razer, EVGA and-Zotac And leapfrogging into new and challenging areas of stationary and mobile gaming computers. Whatever its choice or election will be, it will undoubtedly be a new and intriguing chapter in the history of the manufacturer with the elegant style.
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