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LTE chip startup raises $26 million

4/11/2011 11:13 AM EDT
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VincePG
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VincePG   4/11/2011 11:12:50 PM
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This shows that if you can't raise $100M you can't start a semi company, regardless of the product target.

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eewiz   4/11/2011 4:55:44 PM
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Cant say that only based on this example. I mean these guys are around from 2005. They must have a compelling LTE product readily available, for a VC to sink in this much money in this market.

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goafrit   4/11/2011 3:32:23 PM
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It seems that the money good old days is back. Firms are raising capital withe ease these days. This is very commendable.

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