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Qualcomm to invest USD 40 mln in four Chinese startups

Friday 12 December 2014 | 11:24 CET | News
Qualcomm has announced plans to invest USD 40 million into four Chinese startups and the China-focused Walden Venture Investments fund. The companies receiving the funds are 7Invensun, an eye-tracking solution provider, Chukong Technologies, a mobile entertainment platform provider, inPlug, a smart home device/platform solution provider, and Unisound, a voice recognition and processing technology company. Qualcomm didn't give details of how much it will be investing in each company but it did say that their focus on wireless technology "closely complements existing products and services from

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Companies: Qualcomm
Countries: China
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