Avicena

Avicena is a next generation high performance interconnect company. They are pioneering a novel new approach to reimagine how chips communicate with each other and with memory in computing, networking, storage, and mobile infrastructure systems. […]

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Atmosic

Atmosic is a fabless semiconductor device vendor building ultra-low power wireless transceiver ICs for the Internet-of-Things. The company’s devices combine highly efficient radio transceivers with on-chip energy harvesting [RF/light/mechanical motion-to-electricity] to eliminate the need for external power or batteries, creating “self-powered electronics”. […]

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RoadRunner

Founded in 1993 and launched in 1995 with market tests in Elmira NY, Del Mar CA and Portland ME, Roadrunner was a pioneer of mass market residential broadband Internet access. The Roadrunner founding team defined the end-to-end architecture for one of the very first hybrid-fiber broadband access networks, and included Dr. Mario Vecchi, Howard Pfeffer, […]

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VxTel

VxTel provided silicon solutions for next-generation carrier networks. The company’s products use a unique signal-processing architecture optimized for voice, data and telecommunication, and multimedia applications. […]

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Syndesis

Syndesis was the market leader in the creation and activation of converged services over the Internet for the new public network.  They provided operational support system software to manage the Internet. […]

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SwitchOn Networks

SwitchOn Networks was a fabless semiconductor vendor that built the first 2.5Gbps classification processor. PMC Sierra acquired SwitchOn networks for $445m, then broadly shipped the SwitchOn technology into a broad array of networking applications that required complex classification of long strings. […]

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Magma Design Automation

Magma Design Automation was a provider of EDA software for designing low power, high performance ICs for mobile and high performance devices. With customers such as Nvidia, Apple, Qualcomm, and Samsung, Magma was instrumental in providing software that was used to design most mobile devices. Magma was acquired by Synopsys in 2012 […]

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LogicVision

LogicVision was a pioneer of test and yield learning software for the semiconductor design-for-test sector. Now part of the Mentor Graphics portfolio, the company offers a portfolio of products for the automated development, integration, and deployment of embedded test technology. Its products comprise technology products, which include the embedded test technology that enables customers to […]

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