Intel lists winners in London startup accelerator program

Intel lists winners in London startup accelerator program

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By Peter Clarke

Intel Corp. has announced 10 startups that will join a 12-week, London-based accelerator program to help the companies raise funds and make connections called Intel Ignite.

The winners include several companies already known to readers of eeNews Europe and some that are still in stealth. The program begins September 12 and focuses on all aspects critical to the success of early-stage startups. Global business and technology leaders individually mentor the startups to further accelerate their growth and enable them to successfully realize their breakthrough ideas.

The first cohort for the U.K. includes:

  • Apoha – Sensory Intelligence for grounding machines into physical reality.
  • Circuit Mind – Architecture to automatically select components and circuit schematics in 60 seconds.
  • Crypto Quantique – Chip-to-cloud solution to manage and secure Internet of Things devices in a single platform at scale.
  • Finchetto – Building the first all-optical, passive network switch.
  • Ivy – Unifying all AI frameworks, infrastructure and hardware, and accelerating both development and deployment with one line of code.
  • LGN – Enterprise-grade deployment and management platform for computer vision-based edge AI systems.
  • Lumai – Ultra fast, highly scalable 3D-optical inference processor.
  • Skippr – Accelerating the product design process with AI.
  • Vaultree – Fully functional “in-use” encryption for database and AI workloads.
  • VyperCore – Compute acceleration and application security via novel microprocessor design.

“As our deep tech accelerator program expands to an additional home in London, these 10 startups are set to disrupt and redefine the future of technology,” said Ofer Shayo, Intel Ignite London managing director. “They embody the spirit of innovation that defines the heart of the UK’s startup ecosystem.”

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