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Movellus raises USD 6 mln more, from Analog Devices founder, Intel

Tuesday 2 April 2019 | 13:45 CET | News
Movellus raised USD 6 million during its Series A venture funding round, bringing total funding to date to USD 10 million, The round was led by Stata Venture Partners, run by Ray Stata, the founder and chairman of Analog Devices, with the participation of Intel Capital and the University of Michigan's MINTS (Michigan Invests in New Technology Startups).

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Companies: Analog Devices / Intel
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