Semiconductor technology provider Tessera Technologies (TSRA) says Q2 revenue will fall short due to weakness in its microelectronics unit. Shipments of DRAM units were lower as the company was slow to respond to an industry shift from one-gigabyte to two-gigabyte chips. The company now expects Q2 revenue of ~$71M, below Street estimates of $77M. Shares -9% AH.
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