EE Times Silicon 60: Hot Startups to Watch: Page 10 of 10

July 15, 2014 // By Peter Clarke
EE Times Silicon 60: Hot Startups to Watch
It has been more than 18 months since EE Times last produced a version of the Silicon 60. The global economic, entrepreneurial, and electronics business climates have all improved in that time, and EE Times has brought 38 recently formed companies on to version 15.1 of its list of 60 firms that we feel are worth keeping an eye on.


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TeraDeep Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) was founded in December 2013 as a spinoff from Purdue University to focus on the design of mobile coprocessors and neural network hardware for the understanding of images and videos.

Trigence Semiconductor KK (Tokyo, Japan) founded in February 2006, has expertise in mixed-signal circuits for analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion and for high-speed interfaces. The company claims its Dnote audio DSP for direct digital drive of multicoil speakers enables reduced power consumption and higher-quality audio with potential in consumer electronics, personal computers, and automotive applications. The company has received backing from Intel Capital and the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan.

Wave Semiconductor Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.), founded in 2009, has assembled a team of experienced semiconductor industry executives to introduce a low-power, self-synchronizing logic based on an algebra called Wave Threshold Logic. Karl Fant, chief scientific officer, is an expert on a form of clock-less logic called null-convention logic.

WiTricity Corp. (Watertown, Mass.) was founded in 2007 to commercialize technology developed by company founder Professor Marin Soljacic. The company plans to incorporate the A4WP Rezence specification in reference designs this year.

An analysis of the changes in the Silicon 60 in version 15.1 can be found here. This article first appeared on EE Times.



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