Plasma Technology for Advanced Devices

Semiconductors

"": Fabless semiconductor company working on 3D memory chips.
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nvestors: Benchmark Capital, Skymoon Ventures, Telesoft Partners, Integral Capital Partners, Western Technology Investment

"": Molecular memory
Investors: Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Oxford Biosciences, Radius Venture Partners, Access Venture Partners, Garrett Capital

"" Strained Silicon Technology
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nvestors: Adams Capital Management, Arch Venture Partners, Dow Chemical, The Hillman Company, TeleSoft Partners

'': Fabless semiconductor company developing next generation RAM
Investors: Mayfield, New Enterprise Associates, Tallwood Venture Capital, US Venture Parrtners

'': Gallium Nitride RF Power Transistors
Investors: TPG Ventures, Alliance Technology Ventures, VantagePoint Venture Partners, Academy Centennial Fund, Boston University's Community Technology Fund, Contender Capital, Southeast Interactive Technology Funds

'': Digital pixel imaging technology
Investors: Mayfield, Mohr Davidow Ventures

'': Produces electronic design automation (EDA) tools based on proprietary technology in yield modeling, analysis and optimization.
Investors: Telos Venture Partners, US Venture Partners, Incubic, Silicom Ventures LLC

'': Development of ion implantation sub-systems and advanced ion source materials for the manufacture of logic and memory chips.
Investors: n/a

'': Development of low-power, high performance semiconductor intellectual property solutions for multi-standard multimedia applications.
Investors: n/a

'': Development and licenseing of ultrahigh-density nonvolatile memory solutions based on spintronics.
Investors: Applied Materials Ventures, Sevin Rosen Funds, Matrix Partners, Incubic, Concept Ventures I

'': Memory technology based on SOI semiconductor devices
Investors: Index Ventures, Auriga Partners, SOITEC, Highland Capital Partners

Optical Devices

"" Digital Optical Networking Systems using photonic IC's
Investors:
Accel Partners, Benchmark Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sprout Group, Sutter Hill Ventures, Venrock Associates, Worldview Technology Partners

"": designs, develops, and manufactures monolithically integrated optoelectronic components based on indium phosphide and other semiconductor materials.
Investors: Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Cayuga Venture Fund II, Stanford University

"": Holographic Data Storage..
Investors: New Venture Partners, Signal Lake, Hitachi Maxell Ltd., Madison Dearborn Partners, Newton Technology Partners, ALPS Electric Corporation, Yasuda Enterprise Development, Japan Enterprise Investment

"" Develops and markets "Step and Flash" imprint lithography as a low cost alternative to optical and e-beam lithography applications.
Investors: Alloy Ventures, Asset Management, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Huntington Ventures, KT Venture Group, LAM Research, Motorola

"": Chicago-based company commercializing the Dip Pen Nanolithography™ (DPN™) method of nanoscale manufacturing.
Investors: Galway Partners, Lurie Investment Fund

"" MAPPER Lithography B.V. is a fabless semiconductor equipment company, located in Delft, which develops a new and highly competitive maskless wafer stepper. The disruptive MAPPER technology combines thousands of electron beams in parallel with high-speed optical data transport.
Investors: Residex Venture Capital Network, KT Venture Group, Delft University of Technology

Nanotechnology

"": develops products based on a technology platform incorporating high performance inorganic nanostructures.
Investors: ARCH Ventures, Venrock Associates, CW Ventures, Polaris Ventures, Prospect Ventures

"" is a nanotechnology company using carbon nanotubes for the development of next-generation semiconductor devices.
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nvestors: Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Stata Venture Partners, Harris & Harris Group

"" creates new classes of densely integrated, modular nano-optic components.
Investors: Bessemer Venture Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson Gotham Ventures, DFJ New England, Harris & Harris Group, Morgenthaler, New Enterprise Associates, U.S. Trust's Excelsior Venture Partners III

"": is a producer of Buckytubes. The company can provide Buckytubes  in many different grades to accommodate customer-specific needs.
Investors: Gordon Cain and William McMinn

"": Nanotechnology for Optical Components
Investors: Morgenthaler Ventures, Oak Investment Parterns, Global Catalyst Partners, Dali, Hook Partners, Pacifica Fund

"": develops high value dendritic polymer delivery agents used in diagnostic, therapeutic, and drug delivery solutions for commercialization with biotech and pharmaceutical companies
Investors: not published

"": Silicon Strategies reports that Zyvex will provide carbon nanotubes to Intel for studying the use of carbon nanotube-based polymers in thermal-interface materials.

"":Nanoepitaxy wafer products and services
Investors: PolyTechnos Venture Partners, Peppermint Financial Partners, S-Ventures

"": Nanoepitaxy wafer products and services
Investors: PolyTechnos Venture Partners, Peppermint Financial Partners, S-Ventures

"": Nanotechnology manufacturing and application company.
Investors: State of New York

"": Developer and licensor of technology enabling the manufacture of nanoscale compositions for application in optical, electronic, and energy devices and products.
Investors: ATA Ventures, Bay Partners, Harris&Harris, SBV Venture Partners, RockPort Capital

"": Deposition of nanoscale organic films.
Investors: Horizon Ventures, Compass Technology Partners, Sierra Ventures

"": Works on the application of molecular biology to the synthesis and assembly of commercially important materials.
Investors: ARCH Venture Partners, Alloy Ventures, Oxford Bioscience Partners, Lux Capital, Avalon Ventures

Polymer Devices

"" Coatue is developing a new generation of memory chips based on a proprietary electronic-polymer technology. The company was acquired by AMD in 2003.
Investors: DFJ New England, ITU Ventures

"" Plastic Logic is a developer of plastic electronics technology. The company announced in January 2007 that it will built a plant in Dresden for production in 2008.
Investors: Amadeus Capital Partners, PolyTechnos Venture-Partners, Dow Venture Capital, Banc of America Equity Partners, Yasuda Enterprise Development Co., Ltd, Siemens Venture Capital (SVC), Nanotech Partners

"" Develps technologies based on polymer light emitting diodes (PLEDs).
Investors: OLED

"" Develops rollable displays.
Investors: n/a

MEMS

"" Changed name to Microfabrica 9/2/2003. Microfabrica fabricate truly three-dimensional complex microdevices out of metals.
Investors: DynaFund Ventures, Partech International, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Chevron Technology Ventures, Zone Ventures, Atherton Venture Partners, Venture Law Group, Riordan & McKinzie

"" specializes in Optical MicroSystems and MEMS Fabrication and Product Development services.
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nvestors: Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Zone Ventures, Portage Venture Partners, Stanford University

"": MEMS silicon memory technology
Investors: Microsoft, JK&B Capital, New Enterprise Technologies, AKN Technology

"": Provider of piezoelectric ink jet printheads and fluid dispensing micropumps.
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nvestors: not available

Biochips

"": Devices for quantitative multiplexed protein analysis
Investors: 511 Equities, Alloy Ventures, Aozora Bank, Burrill & Company, China Development Industrial Bank, Credit Suisse First Boston Private Equity, EDB Investments, Fujirebio, GE Capital Life Science and Technology Finance, H&Q Capital Management, Invus, Lilly Bioventures, Lombard-Odier & Cie, MDS Proteomics, Mediphase Venture Partners, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, NIF Ventures, Orix Capital Corporation, Schwiezerhall Investment, Skyline Ventures, Softbank Life Science Equities, Sumitomo Corporation of America, Yasuda Development Corporation

"": Devices for regulating nano-scale quantities of fluids and gasses
Investors: Alloy Ventures, Lehman Brothers Venture Capital Group, Euclid SR Partners, SightLine Partners LLC, GE Equity, Lilly BioVentures, Versant Ventures, InterWest Partners, Tenex Medical Investors

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