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2010-04-21 Venture investments reach $4.7B in Q1
Venture capitalists have invested $4.7 billion in 597 deals in Q1, up 12 percent from the $4.2 billion invested in 522 deals during the same period in 2009, according to Dow Jones VentureSource.
2007-04-13 Venture capitalists step up presence in China
With the thriving business opportunities in China, most venture capitalists are learning that the only way to invest in the country is to have a presence there.
2007-08-16 Venture capitalists 'dabble' in China, India investments
A recent survey reveals that venture capitalists continue to go global, with China the preferred spot for manufacturing investment and India favored for R&D and engineering.
2007-07-13 Survey: U.S. still holds venture capital appeal
A new study noted that the United States continues to attract U.S. venture capital firms, although China and India are taking the lion's share of global technology investments
2006-12-07 Nanotech venture capital to exceed $650M, exits remain thin
Venture capital investments in nanotech start-ups will reach $650 million this year, but exits for venture capitalists in nanotechnology is said to remain elusive, reported Lux Research.
2009-03-13 Xilinx CEO: no VC comeback for semis
Venture capital funding is in short supply and will not return to the semiconductor industry even after the current recession, according to Moshe Gavrielov, president and CEO of Xilinx Inc
2004-10-01 Ventures get capital for a price
There are a lot of startups in EDAprobably too many. If they don't make it, it may sour investors on the sector.
2008-05-08 VC investments in cleantech on the rise
VC investments in cleantech companies grew by 18 percent to $571.6 million in Q1, compared to $483.9 million for the same period in 2007, according to an Ernst & Young report based on data from Dow Jones VentureOne.
2007-12-12 U.S. VC funds prefer Israel, China, India, Canada
A survey of venture capital associations found that Israel is one of four leading destinations for U.S. venture capital funds, alongside China, India and Canada
2009-06-24 Tough times for IC startups
Top venture capitalists say the costs of bringing a new processor or SoC to market are becoming prohibitive. It's not the end of the line for IC startups, but opportunities are changing and narrowing.
2001-06-01 Stimulating entrepreneurial spirit in Japan
JASVA has assembled semiconductor and display startups on a common platform in its bid to support companies in a country that has long been a desert of new ventures.
2008-11-25 Startup secures funding despite slowdown
Defying industry and economic trends, fabless IC startup Quantance Inc. has raised $12 million in series B funding from new and existing investors.
2009-07-24 Silicon Valley sets sights on Taiwan stock market
Silicon Valley executives are eyeing Taiwan's stock markets as a place for raising capital to fuel their growth given the tight U.S. venture capital and public markets
2008-05-16 Renewable energy basks in VC funding
Venture capital is flowing to firms whose technologies target renewable energy, power generation, storage and distribution markets. The trend will continue as several corporate venture funds and specialized funds are raised to address so-called energy technology
2008-09-22 Patent startup secures high-profile VC investments
A startup that claims it has a better approach for helping high tech companies deal with the rising costs of patent litigation and licensing has gained backing from two large venture capitalists.
2009-08-21 IBM, VCs boost Brazil digital infrastructure
IBM is partnering with venture capitalists in Brazil to help boost innovation for digital infrastructure in the country.
2014-08-18 Doubts dampen investment activity in chip industry
Semiconductor funding deals dipped by 2.4 per cent over the previous year due to weakened investor confidence. Despite the drop, firms are receiving more funding dollars on the average.
2010-06-09 Docea Power gets $1.5M VC funding for expansion
Docea Power has secured $1.5 million in venture capital to expand the product offering and increase commercial deployment overseas, notably in Asia and the United States
2008-02-01 Clean tech to get more VC funding
A survey from the National Venture Capital Association predicts that venture capital dollars for clean technology will grow year but semiconductor funding will decline
2014-02-18 Chip start-ups take a nosedive
While venture capitalists recognise the need for innovative chip design, chip development costs have risen to as much as $40 million, yielding big investment losses.
2010-11-15 Chip industry faces turning point
Emerging trends could transform the semiconductor sector from a vibrant, innovative engine of the technology economy to a slow-moving purveyor of “me too? products.
2006-04-28 Chinese VC activity grows, good deals remain rare
The semiconductor industry attracted the most venture capital in China, but most of the IPOs thus far have been less than stellar
2009-08-11 China boosts fabless startup efforts
China is stepping up its initiative to seed as many as 30 fabless semiconductor startups that could grow to $200 million or more in annual revenues, according to an industry executive involved in the effort.
2009-08-26 Analysis: Chip startups feel the crunch
It's not the end of the line for semiconductor startups, but opportunities are changing and narrowing. And raising new funds to invest in high tech companies of any kind is getting increasingly difficult.
2010-01-27 2009 VC investments post 37% y-on-y dip
Venture capitalists dipped in $17.7 billion in 2,795 deals last year, marking the lowest level of dollar investment since 1997, according to the MoneyTree Report by PricewaterhouseCoopers and NVCA.
2005-06-01 Westerners can learn from China, VC says
A venture capitalist urges U.S. investors and corporations to 'easternize' and follow China's footsteps
2008-11-06 VC funding for chip firms slows down
Semiconductor companies raised $231.6 million in venture capital during Q3, a decrease of 44 percent from Q2 and a year-over-year decrease of 57 percent from Q3 07, according to a new report from GSA trade group
2005-01-03 The edge of technology
The Microventures conference, which features hordes of startup CEOs pitching their companies to bored-looking venture capitalists, is a great place to check out the leading edge of chip technology.
2010-11-08 Startups jazz up business computing
According to venture capitalists and corporate executives there is growth to be had in applying innovations in social, mobile, cloud and open source technology to business computing.
2009-12-18 Report: VCs to cut back on IC investments in 2010
Clean technology remain hot for VCs but the IC industry is the sector in which most VCs believe there will be a decrease next year according to the National Venture Capital Association
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