EE Times Silicon 60: 2016's Emerging Companies to Watch: Page 6 of 11

September 20, 2016 // By Peter Clarke
EE Times introduces v17.1 of the Silicon 60 list of emerging companies.

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Kandou Bus SA (Lausanne, Switzerland) is a chip-to-chip SerDes developer that claims its technology delivers two to four times the bandwidth of traditional differential signalling at half the power consumption and is hopeful that is Chord signalling will find use in applications from smartphone SoCs to servers and high performance computing. The company, founded in 2011, has received an investment of $15 million from Bessemer Venture Partners. www.kandou.com

Kateeva Inc. (Newark, Calif.), a 2008 startup founded to manufacture and supply production equipment for organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays, is developing an inkjet-based printing method to allow the mass production of large-scale, flexible OLED displays that will also be low-cost the company claims. The firm is backed by investors that include: Applied Materials, DBL Investors, Madrone Capital Partners, Musea Ventures, New Science Ventures, Sigma Partners, Spark Capital, and Veeco. www.kateeva.com

Keyssa Inc. (Campbell, Calif.) has raised $47 million from Intel, Samsung and others to develop a wireless 'connector' that transmits data at up to 6Gbits per second. The interconnect technology is called "Kiss Connectivity" and it uses 60GHz wireless transceiver modules in close proximity to transmit data at up to 6-Gbits per second. www.keyssa.com

Kyulux Inc. (Fukuoka, Japan) is developing organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology for use in displays and lighting industries based on research conducted at Kyushu University. One of Kyulux’s cofounders is Prof. Chihaya Adachi, the inventor of thermally-activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) technology. The company's CEO is serial entrepreneur, scientist, licensed attorney and inventor Christopher Savoie. The company has received $13.5 million in backing from Samsung Ventures.www.kyulux.com


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