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The foundation focuses its giving in the areas of education, health, youth services, and Jewish culture and values.In 2012 the Samueli's joined the Giving Pledge, initiated by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates, whose members pledge the majority of their wealth to philanthropy.
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A major passion of Susan Samueli is in the areas of complementary and alternative medicine and integrative health and wellness.
In 2001 the Samueli's established the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine at UC Irvine.
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In the June 2014 offering, Vitesse's largest shareholder, Raging Capital Management LLC, purchased an additional 1.6 million shares.
They have also supported the research of the John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, in cancer prevention and treatment.
In 2017 the Samueli's made a transformational 0 million gift to UC Irvine to create the Susan and Henry Samueli College of Health Sciences, a first-of-its-kind College of Health Sciences focused on interdisciplinary integrative health.D (1980), all in the field of electrical engineering. As of December 2016, Samueli serves on the Executive Committee of the NHL Board of Governors.In 2015 the Samueli's acquired ownership of the Ducks' American Hockey League affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals.Vitesse Semiconductor was a fabless American semiconductor company based in Camarillo, California, which developed high-performance Ethernet integrated circuits solutions for Carrier, Enterprise networks.On March 18, 2015 Microsemi Corporation and Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation jointly announced that Microsemi would acquire Vitesse. Vitesse was founded by Al Joseph in 1984 as Vitesse Electronics Corporation.It changed its name to Vitesse Semiconductor in 1987. In 1999, it acquired Xa Qti and in 2000, acquired Sitera Vitesse was one of the early developers of gallium arsenide (Ga As) based integrated circuits.