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The 10 Hottest Semiconductor Startup Companies Of 2021
These semiconductor startups are offering novel ways to improve the performance, efficiency, economics and bandwidth of servers and beyond with new takes on CPUs, accelerators and connectivity solutions.
Top Executive: Jonathan Friedmann, CEO
Speedata is tackling data center bottlenecks in data analytics applications with its new Analytics Processing Unit, which it said can accelerate compute, memory and I/O capabilities without code changes. The Netanya, Israel-based startup announced in September that it had raised $70 million in funding from investors, including Mellanox Technologies co-founder and CEO Eyal Waldman. The startup said its APU chip provides double or more the performance of mainstream CPUs for database and business analytics processes. The startup expects to launch the APU within the next year or so with the support of cloud platform hyperscalers, OEMs and companies that assemble custom IT systems.