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eoSemi - Start-ups to follow in 2013

Quartz-like frequency stability from a simple, tiny, silicon chip oscillator? That is the claim of fabless start-up eoSemi of Congleton Cheshire: accuracy, small size, low power, low cost, and no micromachining, writes Steve Bush. Last year it sampled its first product: a 1.5×1.5mm 32kHz timing reference…

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Amantys - Start-ups to follow in 2013

Amantys - Start-ups to follow in 2013

Cambridge-based power electronics start-up Amantys says the time is right to take its innovative power semiconductor technology to global markets. The year-old start-up is investing in its sales operation which will target German, China and Japan, after securing new funding of $8m. Amantys has designed the…

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Blu Wireless pivots to ramp up for 60GHz

Bristol start-up Blu Wireless Technology is ramping up its 60GHz development for multi gigabit WiFi and 4G MetroCell wireless backhaul markets after changing its business model and closing a series of deals with semiconductor and system companies…

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Maxim launches startup fund

With the dearth of venture capital for chip startups, Maxim Integrated products has launched its own investment fund…

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