Wireless chip firm looking to recruit staff after funding round

December 2006
Electronics Weekly;12/13/2006, Issue 2269, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Artimi Inc., a maker of wireless chip, has secured $26.5 million in series B funding and is now seeking staff on the commercial and customer-facing sides. Richard Dellabarca, chief financial officer at Artimi, said that the company needs to create an architecture to offer product to volume consumers. Artimi adds WiMedia-based Certified Wireless USB to consumer products.


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