MixComm: founded in 2017, New Joisey startup MixComm has taken in $8.6 million in funding to “address the challenges constraining 5G mmWave performance.” With an executive team hailing from Columbia, Qualcomm, NXP, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, this fabless semiconductor company claims to have “more mmWave and RF SOI experience than any company in the market.” (Says Semiconductor Engineering, RF SOI is a specialized process used to make select RF chips, such as switch devices and antenna tuners.) The company’s technology is based on breakthroughs from Dr. Krishnaswamy’s CoSMIC lab at Columbia University and is funded by Kairos Ventures. The first product is a chip dubbed the Summit 2629, “an RF front-end beamforming IC for 5G applications” which has twice the energy efficiency of competing solutions, among other benefits.

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