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Julien Happich

Startup Wants to be the ARM of Analog

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StephanWeber
11/26/2015 5:11:43 AM
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first of April?
Problem too big market too small, as it seems. All approaches like this have been failed so far, but it is not impossible. to capture all designers know-how in a clever computer program. 

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11/25/2015 11:01:47 AM
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Hmmmm...
Hi Julien---thanks for your article.  I did a little bit of digging around the internet, and found this company is part of a portfolio of investments in a company called Invention Share.  It is interesting; Circuit Seed seems to be the most mainstream company with which Invention Share in involved.  According to their website, Invention Share "de-risks" startups by brokering involvement with Fortune 500 companies.  They have a WiFi company, a transformer company, and Circuit Seed; the remainder of the portfolio is a bit more speculalltive, including a company that claims it "restructures water molecules, which cannot be reversed even after boiling the water" in order to provide ultra-pure water, a spark plug compnay that claims it works in any vehicle and improves performance, lower emissions, and some other benefits.  The transformer company, PowerWindings, claims it's designs increase output 35% or can deliver the same performance with 35% less material.

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