Analog, mixed-signal startup raises $15 million

April 19, 2021 // By Peter Clarke
Analog, mixed-signal startup raises $15 million
Nebula Microsystems Inc. (Richardson, Texas), founded in September 2020, has raised $15 million in seed funding to recruit an analog, mixed-signal engineering team.

The company was founded by Ross Teggatz, Gaurang Shah and Sean Da, who serve as CTO, CEO and chairman, respectively, with a mission to develop analog and mixed-signal ICs for automotive, telecommunications, industrial and healthcare applications.

The seed funding round was led by Morningside Group. Nebula is designing dc-dc and ac-dc power converters, serdes and high-performance amplifiers and data converters.

"As a well-funded and dynamic team with decades of combined experience and a proven track record managing high tech businesses, we are well positioned to fundamentally disrupt the high-performance analog market," said CEO Shah. "It’s an exciting time to join the team and we’re ready to add passionate and talented circuit designers, layout and product/test engineers to our growing team."

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