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* [[Marconi Radar Systems]].  
 
* [[Marconi Radar Systems]].  
 
A new semiconductor company was also set up at the same time: [[GEC Semiconductors]]
 
A new semiconductor company was also set up at the same time: [[GEC Semiconductors]]
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Excluded from these changes were Marconi central division and [[Elliott Automation Space and Advanced Military Systems]] as well as 2 business units outside the UK
  
 
Other electronics activities were assigned to [[GEC-Elliott Automation]] Ltd
 
Other electronics activities were assigned to [[GEC-Elliott Automation]] Ltd

Revision as of 10:04, 22 February 2020

1969 A major reorganisation of AEI and English Electric was carried out after they were acquired by GEC. In electronics, GEC-Marconi Electronics was created which included the Marconi Co (including Marconi Instruments, Marconi-Elliott Microelectronics, Eddystone Radio and overseas activities). After reorganisation, there were 4 "market-oriented management companies" covering the various GEC-Marconi Electronics companies; these were[1]:

A new semiconductor company was also set up at the same time: GEC Semiconductors

Excluded from these changes were Marconi central division and Elliott Automation Space and Advanced Military Systems as well as 2 business units outside the UK

Other electronics activities were assigned to GEC-Elliott Automation Ltd

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Friday, Aug. 8, 1969