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-- Wall Street Journal has published a list of the top fifty start ups in the United States -- -- top three are all business product makers.
So what is it about these companies that are captured the attention of investors joining us now for Fox Business exclusive.
Is Dennis -- -- CEO of popular.
A maker of computer chips has been ranked the number three start -- by the Wall Street Journal congratulations Dennis what -- what are your ships do.
But thank you it's a pleasure to be here.
Tax bill has developed a new class of programmable logic chips which we call -- -- -- -- English.
These are here these are devices that simply are program -- fire customers to do a wide variety of functions.
Most of the applications that we currently focus on today.
Our India information superhighway they backed up all of the applications.
In today's portable devices.
And are providing all of the the information -- that we consume -- share on a daily basis.
But the you know the incredible thing -- this is really the reason why we had -- you're essentially a start up programme as you get 250 million dollars but how did you get the startup money.
When it when you're competing with some real big guys -- -- in other words what can you do.
That say in Intel or an Al -- can't do.
But I gets a breakthrough technology and head and and there's been a number of elements that in fact have attracted that kind of capital we have we -- We're.
We've got a number of grade investors are the last round in fact was over a 108 million dollars -- the largest round.
In -- private semiconductor company in the last decade.
We're developing complex technology.
-- a breakthrough technology in you know vast market with great growth potential.
And on top of that I think investors were attracted by the team of talent we have.
We've got a lot of industry veterans who have demonstrated track records it growing and and managing billion dollar company certainly you know Intel and and Al Turk and can afford to attract great.
Computer scientists is well how how was that -- do -- start -- company was able to get these guys.
Well much of this is about the innovation or bringing into the marketplace and in our view of how we can advance our customers' applications.
Going forward in time.
I guess what I'm asking and then this is this -- lot of people talking about whether their economies of scale there some things that Intel does very well.
But the bigger you gas.
You kind of lose some of your innovative qualities don't -- that that startups such as your own half.
Well -- it's true indeed that the up pipeline to start ups in the semiconductor industry has always been the lifeblood of innovation in this in this business.
We believe it continues to do so and tag -- is in fact the it.
Probably the epitome of innovation with with our 3-D.
It's it's a breakthrough technology -- -- significantly advances the price performance of programmable logic.
And and brings unique value in a lot of really big markets well a lot of our viewers want to get value by investing hit your company is is is it possible for the small guys to invest.
I mean that we we talk about crowds funding from time to time where you put out notice on the Internet and he -- small time investors could something like that apply to your company.
It's technically that model is certainly possible right now we are not so when -- currently raising additional capital on the back of of what we have we're fully funded model to -- Dennis seekers congratulations then this wonderful one thank you very -- or its fabulously ego thing.
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