Analog inference startup raises $10.6 million

June 07, 2021 // By Peter Clarke
Analog inference startup raises $10.6 million
Analog Inference Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.), a 2018 startup, has raised $10.6 million in a round of equity funding.

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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www.analog-inference.com

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