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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer checked in with Rick Bergman, president and CEO of Synaptics (SYNA) - Get Report , the No. 1 provider of touch display technology, which just delivered a modest top and bottom line beat but with weaker-than-expected guidance for the rest of 2017.
Bergman admitted that the industry is currently transitioning to new technologies, which may provide some short-term hiccups, but his company still has many key cycles moving in their favor. He said the next generation of smartphone displays will no longer need separate buttons for fingerprint readers. Mobile devices will continue to be a core business for Synaptics.
Bergman added that his company's two recent acquisitions in the Internet of things space gives Synaptics another area of growth for at least the next 36 months.
Cramer said that the future looks bright for Synaptics, even with the short-term hiccups.
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