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60 emerging companies to follow
7/15/2014 11:15 AM EDT
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rick merritt
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How you use this
rick merritt   7/16/2014 10:14:59 PM
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Thx Peter for reviving the Silicon 60!

I'd love to hear from readers how they use it...besides checking to see if the startup they work at or do biz with is listed ;-)

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christian34q   8/11/2014 8:52:14 AM
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Sunrise Micro?
nickhunn0   7/19/2014 4:14:21 AM
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I'm surprised Sunrise Micro aren't included. If they can deliver on their promise of low power, sub 1V radios and radio as an IP core they should be game changers.

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aktif3123   7/21/2014 7:43:02 AM
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Silicon 60
MurphyMT   7/21/2014 6:16:39 PM
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Dear EE Times Editors,

You may want to consider Aquantia Corp. (https://www.aquantia.com/), for inclusion in the Silicon 60 based on the following factors: technology, intended market, financial position, investment profile, maturity, and executive leadership. It is an emerging company to follow, for a variety of reasons.

Not the least of which is the market for 10GE, which is about to heat up, according to independent market research firms like Crehan Research: http://www.crehanresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/CREHAN-Server-Class-Adapter-Mid-2014-Long-range-Forecast.pdf

The company is also an "ACE" award winner for "Company of the Year"

 

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