Analog inference startup raises $10.6 million

Analog inference startup raises $10.6 million
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Analog Inference Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.), a 2018 startup, has raised $10.6 million in a round of equity funding.
By Peter Clarke


The company is backed by Khosla Ventures and is developing its first generation of products for AI computing at the edge.

The company raised $4.5 million shortly after its formation in March 2018, so the latest tranche brings the total raised to-date to $15.1 million

 The company was founded by Vishal Sarin, an expert in analog and memory techniques with more than 100 patents on analog circuits, memories, in-memory compute architectures, network and AI processors and who spent several years developing memories for Micron Technology Inc.

Investors and advisors also include Andy Bechtolsheim (co-founder of Sun Microsystems), Pradeep Sindhu (co-founder of Juniper Networks), and Atiq Raza (CEO of Raza Microelectronics).

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