EE Times updates list of emerging startups
February 01, 2008 //
The EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list, first published in April 2004, has been updated to version 7.0 to reflect the latest corporate, commercial, technology and market conditions.
Some companies have dropped off the list otherwise known as the Silicon 60 because they have been acquired; some have moved on to an initial public offering of shares; and others have moved beyond the list with the passage of time. As they have matured other, younger startups have been nominated to be moved off the EE Times radar list and on to the main list. At this iteration 15 companies have been brought on to the list.
The companies in version 7.0 of the EE Times Emerging Startups list have been selected by editors based on a mix of criteria including: technology, intended market, maturity, financial position and management and investment profile.
The startups on the Silicon 60 list are the companies involved in semiconductor chips, memory, MEMS, EDA software, embedded applications, foundry manufacturing, semiconductor production equipment, electronics subsystems, packaging and materials that have made an impression on EE Times editors. They are emerging companies to watch for a wide variety of reasons.
Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging startups for inclusion in a future iteration of the EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list. Nominations should be supported by a short citation explaining why the company is suitable for inclusion on the list.
Send comments and nominations to Peter Clarke (email@example.com).
EE Times 60 emerging startups list version 7.0
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