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Fabless Semiconductor Innovator Stathera Announces US $15M Series A Funding Round

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🔖 Topics: Funding Event

🏢 Organizations: Stathera, BDC Capital, Celesta Capital, MediaTek, Seiko Epson

Stathera Inc., a leading provider of MEMS (Micro-electromechanical Systems) timing solutions, announced today that the company has raised $15 Million in a Series A funding round. The round was co-led by BDC Capital’s Deep Tech Venture Fund and Celesta Capital, with additional participation from strategic investors including MediaTek, Seiko Epson, and TXC.

“Technology scaling using conventional timing architectures has hit a wall when it comes to synchronizing next-generation electronics. Stathera’s technology introduces a new approach to integrating and manufacturing timing devices,” said George Xereas, Stathera’s CEO and Co-founder. “We are excited to be the only company with state-of-the-art DualModeTM frequency technology, which has the potential to re-architect the entire $9.4 Billion electronics timing industry. We are grateful to our investors for recognizing and investing in this potential, which will allow us to expand our world class team and drive commercialization.”

Read more at Business Wire

Acerta Analytics secures $7.82M Series B financing

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🔖 Topics: Funding Event

🏢 Organizations: Acerta Analytics, BDC Capital

Acerta Analytics Solutions Inc. has raised US $7.82 million in Series B funding led by BDC Capital Industrial Innovation Venture Fund and Thrive Venture Fund and Lab for Women, with participation of OMERS Ventures and StandUp Ventures.

Read more at Private Capital Journal

North Vancouver-Based Robotics Company Novarc Technologies Raises $2.6 Million Growth Financing From BDC Capital

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🔖 Topics: Funding Event

🏢 Organizations: Novarc Technologies, BDC Capital

BDC Capital has provided $2.6 million in growth capital to North Vancouver-based robotics company Novarc Technologies through its new intellectual property (IP) Backed Financing Fund. Their cutting-edge Spool Welding Robot (SWR) allows pipe fabrication companies serving the oil & gas, building construction, and shipbuilding industries to be more competitive when bidding on projects by dramatically increasing the productivity and quality of their pipe welding operations.

They will use the proceeds of this transaction to increase the company’s technical capabilities, expand their team with strategic hires across sales, marketing, finance and R&D, as well as support their growth plans.

Read more at BC Tech News