TiHive in Grenoble has raised €8.6m ($10m) for its CMOS terahertz chip, including equity funding from an fund run by the European Commission
potential material savings and quality improvements for manufacturers of personal care products. Sherry also points to 6G cellular communications operating in the 200 to 300GHz range as a key opportunity.
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