Kneron was announced in EE Times’ Silicon 60 Class of 2018

EE Times' 19th revision of the Silicon 60, has announced 60 profiled startups working on silicon and compound semiconductor manufacturing, documents the definitive rise of machine learning as a form of hardware-supported computing.

According to EE Time's 60 selection, the criteria include a company's intended market, financial position and investment profile, maturity, and executive leadership.This year EE Times' selected companies from conductive materials and metamaterials; analog and digital ICs and systems-on-chip (SoCs); memory; field-programmable gate array (FPGA) fabrics; gallium nitride for power and lighting; energy harvesting; sub-threshold-voltage operation of ICs; signal-processing techniques; 5G communications for automobiles and the internet of things (IoT); LiDAR; wireless power transfer; environmental sensors; microelectromechanical system (MEMS) design and manufacturing; cloud-based EDA; organic LED and micro-LED displays; neural networks; and other architectures for machine learning, vision, and cognitive processing.

Silicon 60 2018 listed a total of 32 U.S. companies, one more than previous year. 29 out of the 60 selected companies has headquarter in California. Kneron was founded in 2015, headquarter resides in San Diego, and currently has offices in Taipei, Shenzhen and Zhuhai, a true global leading company providing software and hardware integrated AI solutions.