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Ayar Labs

Ayar Labs

Ayar Labs is technology company creating a solution to overcome the power and performance scaling challenges of semiconductors as well as the interconnect bandwidth bottleneck between those devices.

Ayar Labs is a company that creates a solution that overcomes the power and performance scaling challenges of the semiconductors and interconnects bandwidth bottleneck between those devices.

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November 5, 2020
Ayar Labs Raises $35M in Series B Funding.

November 2020
Ayar Labs raises a $35,000,000 series B round from Applied Ventures, LLC, BlueSky Capital, Castor Ventures, Downing Ventures, Founders Fund, GlobalFoundries, Intel Capital, Lockheed Martin Ventures, Playground Global and SGInnovate.
April 2019
Ayar Labs raises a $3,000,000 venture round from Silicon Valley Bank.
November 2018
Ayar Labs raises a $24,000,000 series A round from Founders Fund, GlobalFoundries, Intel Capital and Playground Global.
August 2016
Ayar Labs raises a $2,500,000 seed round from Founders Fund, Silicon Catalyst, TechU Ventures and The House Fund.
2015
Ayar Labs was founded by Alex Wright Gladstein, Chen Sun, Mark Wade and Vladimir Stojanovic.

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Alexandra Wright-Gladstein

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Rosalie Chan, Melia Russell, Jeff Elder and Ashley Stewart
February 13, 2021
Business Insider
If there's one industry you can bet on during an economic downturn, it's enterprise tech. These are the startups where we think you should work.
Benjamin Pimentel
November 6, 2020
Business Insider
Ayar Labs, which uses light to transit data faster between microprocessors, just raised $35 million from investors.
FinSMEs
November 5, 2020
FinSMEs
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Ingrid Lunden
November 5, 2020
TechCrunch
The race is on to build more efficient chip technology for faster and less power-intensive computing, and today an innovative startup that's built one solution based on in-package optical interconnect (optical I/O) technology is announcing a round of growth funding from a number of strategic investors that speaks to how its approach is getting traction. [...]

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