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EE Times' Silicon 60: Hot startups to watch

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Peter Clarke
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Peter Clarke   10/8/2012 2:32:27 PM
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While it is possible to go back to v13.0 and play spot the difference.

GREAT-Terry
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GREAT-Terry   10/6/2012 3:35:04 AM
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I also have interest to know which "dropped" company has now been acquired or moved to IPO. This shows how successful those startups are.

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dasgeirsson   10/5/2012 5:37:57 PM
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It would be interesting to list out the dropped companies, and what happened with each of them!

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Azuretex   10/5/2012 5:00:50 PM
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Indeed interesting, and I have met a few.

sranje
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sranje   10/5/2012 1:34:13 AM
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Very interesting - thank you Peter. It seems that Power GaN (3 companies) and 60GHz wireless (3-4 companies) spaces dominate

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