SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Amalfi Semiconductor Inc., a developer of CMOS radio frequency (RF) and mixed-signal semiconductors, has received $24 million in Series C funding from four investment firms.
The investment was led by Battery Ventures. Existing venture investors, DCM, Globespan Capital Partners and Trinity Ventures also participated in this third-round funding.
Amalfi Semiconductor also today announced that Ken Lawler, Battery Ventures General Partner, has joined Amalfi Semiconductor's board of directors.
This new investment will fund Amalfi Semiconductor's operations to support this growth, as well as allow expanded product development and marketing efforts.
The Stratos product family of CMOS power amplifiers from Amalfi Semiconductor (Los Gatos, Calif.) are designed to address the GSM/GPRS/EDGE mobile handset market space. Implemented with Amalfi's AdaptiveRF architecture and on a standard CMOS technology, the Stratos products have a high level of efficiency while maintaining RF performance.