EE Times Silicon 60: 2016's Emerging Companies to Watch: Page 3 of 11

September 20, 2016 // By Peter Clarke
EE Times Silicon 60: 2016's Emerging Companies to Watch
EE Times introduces v17.1 of the Silicon 60 list of emerging companies.

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Baikal Electronics JSC (Moscow, Russia), founded in 2012 is a fabless semiconductor company specializing in ARM- and MIPS-based processors and systems on a chip (SoC). The Baikal family of multicore processors includes SoCs for desktops and industrial computers with various levels of performance and functionality. The company is backed by Russian supercomputer firm T-Platforms and sovereign investment fund Rusnano.

Barefoot Networks Inc. (Palo Alto, Calif.), a microprocessor startup founded in 2013 that has attracted $130 million in funding from strategic backers that include Google, Goldman Sachs and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. Its Tofino chips are aimed at making the programming complex networks as easy as writing C++ code in an emerging open-source language it helped create called P4.

Blue Danube Systems Inc. (Mountain View, Calif.), founded in May 2013, is a fabless chip company that reckons it can boost the capacity of LTE wireless communications by supporting more sectors around a basestation. The company has raised about $23 million and the CEO is Mark Pinto a former vice president and fellow of Bell Labs and executive vice president of Applied Materials.

BrainChip Inc. (Aliso Viejo, Calif.) is developing spiking neural networking cores for licensing to semiconductor partners. Founded in December 2013 but now owned by BrainChip Holdings Ltd. which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

Brite Semiconductor (Shanghai) Corp. (Shanghai, China) was founded in 2008 and is located at Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park. It is an SoC and ASIC design company that pulls together intellectual property, foundry, test and packaging technologies to create custom silicon for its customers. Brite is backed by local foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.

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