Falcomm Secures $4M in Successful Seed Funding Round
In a monumental stride for Atlanta’s semiconductor sector, Falcomm, Inc. has secured its first direct investment from Georgia Tech’s Research Impact Fund. This investment has come through the company’s first funding round. The seed round pulled in a total of $4 million with participation from Squadra Ventures, Cambium Capital, Draper Cygnus, and the Georgia Tech Foundation. This substantial capital injection serves as a testament to Falcomm’s prowess and marks a pivotal juncture for the company’s research and development initiatives.
At the heart of Falcomm’s recent success lies its dedication to cutting-edge research in semiconductor technology. The infusion of funding from Georgia Tech’s Research Impact Fund not only affirms confidence in Falcomm’s potential but also recognizes the company’s critical role in advancing semiconductor innovations.
The semiconductor startup has a new type of power amplifier for the wireless communications market. Its Dual-Drive PA, which founder Edgar Garay developed as a PhD candidate at Tech, can improve the power and efficiency of wireless signal transmissions in satellites, IoT devices, wearables, and cell phones.
The vision of Falcomm extends beyond conventional semiconductor applications, aiming to usher in a new era of technological possibilities. The company envisions innovations that can have far-reaching impacts, from enhancing communication systems to influencing advancements in healthcare.
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