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The 10 Hottest Semiconductor Startups Of 2020

These semiconductor startups are, in some cases, competing with heavyweights like Intel and AMD or creating complementary hardware, such as storage accelerators or data processing units, that can improve system performance or even shake up the economics of data centers.

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EdgeQ

CEO: Vinay Ravuri

EdgeQ wants to enable the next wave of edge computing and networking by converging 5G connectivity and AI compute onto a system-on-a-chip.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based startup emerged out of stealth mode in November with $51 million in funding from investors, which included a $38.5 million Series A funding round. The company’s team includes semiconductor, 5G, Wi-Fi and AI industry veterans such as former Qualcomm executive Vinay Ravuri, who is the company’s CEO and founder.

The company said its system-on-a-chip will have open programmability and drive a software-driven development model for OEMs and operators as a result, for existing cellular protocols and beyond. The company’s target markets include manufacturing, construction, energy and automotive.

 
 
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