Well-funded Morse Micro gets more money for Wi-Fi Halow

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By Peter Clarke

Fabless Wi-Fi Halow chip developer Morse Micro Pty Ltd. (Sydney, Australia) has secured an AU$30 million top up of its Series B funding.

The Series B worth AU$140 million was announced in September 2022 (see Morse Micro raises $95m for IoT WiFi chip, teams with MegaChips). The addition brings the total raised across Series A and Series B to AU$230 million (about US$155 million).

TelstraSuper, HESTA, Hostplus and NGS (managed by Blackbird Ventures) and UniSuper (managed by Uniseed) participated in the round.

Michael De Nil, co-founder and CEO at Morse Micro, said the investment comes at a time when traction for Wi-Fi HaLow is growing.

Founded in 2016, Morse Micro has received more funding than any other Wi-Fi HaLow company in the world, the company claims. Morse Micro is now sampling its Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC-certified MM6108 production silicon.

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