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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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Nuvia

CEO: Gerard Williams III

Nuvia aims to make the “world’s leading server processor” by redefining performance, energy efficiency, scalability, compute density and total cost of ownership in the data center.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based startup announced in September that it had raised a $240 million Series B funding round from investors, which included Dell Technologies Capital and Marvell Technology Group founders Sehat Sutardja and Weili Dai.

The company was founded by former Apple semiconductor executives Gerard Williams III, Manu Gulati and John Bruno. In August, the company said it is aiming to provide 40 to 50 percent higher performance for single-threaded workloads over AMD’s Zen 2 architecture with its Phoenix CPU core.

 
 
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